Telecommunications and connectivity solutions provider, Paratus Mozambique has announced intentions to participate at this year’s Gas & Energy Summit & Exhibition 2023

The summit coincides with the telco’s six years anniversary celebration and the establishment of two new offices.

According to Rolf Mendelsohn, Chief Technology Officer of Paratus Group participation at the Summit allows the telco to provide unequalled cross-border connectivity between Mozambique, South Africa and beyond.

Mendelsohn, a keynote speaker at the technical seminar of the summit is expected to give give valuable insights in the future of connectivity, and how the pan-African telco is able to support the now thriving Oil and Gas industry in Mozambique with fast, robust connectivity solutions across the region.


Paratus Mozambique will also demo its Starlink connectivity to mark the African telco’s partnership deal with the global low earth orbit (LEO) satellite operator.

Mozambique will be the first country in Africa to benefit from the Paratus-Starlink partnership which will bring high-speed satellite internet to remote and under-served industries and communities across the nation.

The primary focus of Paratus Mozambique’s participation at the gas and energy Summit will be to highlight its satellite and wireless offerings, specifically tailored to meet the needs of the oil and gas industry.

By harnessing the power of satellite and wireless technology, Paratus is well-positioned to provide reliable and robust connectivity solutions, ensuring that critical operations in the field run smoothly and efficiently.

“As Mozambique continues to grow and develop in the Oil & Gas sector, we are dedicated to supporting it with revolutionary telecommunications solutions.

The company’s presence at the summit underscores our commitment to contributing to the growth and prosperity of Mozambique through innovative services.  We invite all attendees, industry partners, and stakeholders to visit our stand and learn more about our offerings in Mozambique and beyond,” said Rui Maia Costa, Country Manager of Paratus Mozambique.

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