Luanda - The Angolan people will enjoy better quality communications at low costs, with the launch of the first Angolan satellite "Angosat".
Luanda - Angosat1 satellite control and mission centre, the first Angolan satellite, is equipped with highest technology and ready to operate, said on Tuesday the Director General of the National Space Programme Management Office (GGPEN), Zolana Rui João.
Luanda - Angola’s first satellite, Angosat 1, signed Monday two reserve agreements with the Public Television of Angola (TPA) and Renatelsat of Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
Luanda - The minister of Telecommunications and Information Technologies, José Carvalho da Rocha, said Thursday in Luanda that 10 percent of the service will be reserved for strategic issues of the State and another 10 percent for social issues.
Luanda - The launch of the Angola’s first satellite Angosat 1 will pave the way for the emergence of small telecommunication companies, especially in remote areas of the country.
Luanda - The minister of Science and Technology, Maria Cândida Teixeira, said on Monday in Luanda that the technicians trained in the Angosat I will be able to develop a cutting-edge scientific research.
Luanda - The minister of Telecommunication and Information Technologies, José Carvalho da Rocha, said on Monday in Luanda that the construction of the Angolan satellite (Angosat-1), is contributing technology and knowledge transfer to Angolan technicians.
Luanda - The minister of Telecommunications and Information Technologies, José Carvalho da Rocha, said on Friday in Luanda important the training of human resources for Angosat 1, stressing that this assumption is the main pillar of the project.