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ABOUT KBZ GATEWAY

KBZ Gateway Company Limited was developed to further extend the Group abilities through technology and maximize our ability to contribute to the industry and country.

We aim to be the provider of providers for the country. Becoming an enabler for our partners to help them increase their service quality and options made available to the community.

Our ecosystem of partners can provide an end-to-end service ranging from international & national connectivity, supported by nextGen VSAT capability, mobile rooftop antennas and carrier neutral POPs, supported by a full range of professional services as an Oracle Gold partner.

ABOUT KBZ GROUP OF COMPANIES

The Kanbawza (KBZ) Group of Companies was founded by U Aung Ko Win in 1994 and now has more than 80,000 employees. It is one of the largest privately owned diversified group of companies in Myanmar and has a core principle to strengthening the country and its people.

As it has its roots in a family business, the family’s core values are integrated in the corporate values. It is recognized to be the leading philanthropic organization in Myanmar and has been awarded for its CSR initiatives.

The Kanbawza (KBZ) Group of Companies comprises of industry leaders in mining, banking, finance, aviation, insurance, manufacturing, agriculture, real estate, trading, healthcare, tourism, hospitality and now technology.

It's main assets include; KBZ Bank, I-KBZ, Air KBZ, KBZ SC, Myanmar Airways International, The Kempinski Hotel (NPT) and The Brighter Future Myanmar Foundation.

KBZ Bank holds the leading market share of 38%. It has total assets of 5,779 Billion MMK, has over 1.2 million customers, more than 400 branches covering every township nationwide.

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KBZ Gateway Selected Hughes JUPITER System to Extend Mobile Connectivity Services throughout Myanmar

KBZ Gateway chooses Hughes satellite backhaul solution to bring cellular mobile connectivity to people outside the reach of terrestrial networks


Yangon, June 18, 2019– KBZ Gateway Company Limited (KBZ Gateway), the fastest growing VSAT and Teleport Service Provider in Myanmar, today announced that it has chosen the Hughes JUPITER™ System from Hughes Network Systems, LLC (HUGHES), the world’s leading provider of broadband satellite networks and services, to expand the cellular network reach of its customer, a leading Mobile Network Operator (MNO) in Myanmar and internationally. The JUPITER System enables a satellite backhaul solution for the MNO to extend services cost-effectively across hundreds of cell site locations outside the reach of terrestrial fixed networks, bringing connectivity to millions of Myanmar nationals. It also lays the foundation for 4G implementations as well as enhanced enterprise network offerings throughout the nation.

“As a Hughes customer for many years, we know the value Hughes brings in its JUPITER technology and in managing network deployments effectively,” said Mr. Naing Tun Kyaw, managing director, KBZ Gateway. Mr. Virender Singh, CTO, KBZ Gateway, added, “With Hughes, we are able to implement a commercially sustainable proposition that meets our customer’s current and future technical requirements for extending mobile reach throughout Myanmar.”

“We are proud to partner with KBZ Gateway to help them deliver a solution that helps bridge the digital divide in Myanmar,” said Vaibhav Magow, assistant vice president, International Division, Hughes. “KBZ Gateway knows the advantages of the JUPITER System first-hand in yielding the highest possible performance, efficiency and economics for a satellite solution that helps connect the unconnected.”

The Hughes JUPITER System has the packet processing capability to support speeds up to 300 Mbps and acceleration of 16,000 TCP sessions, both of which are essential features for powering applications with multiple users, such as cellular backhaul. The ability to achieve reduced spacing as well as 8PSK and 16APSK modulation on the return channel yields higher bandwidth efficiency and lower service cost for operators. Moreover, the system is designed with 4G backhaul in mind, accelerating traffic to yield reductions in recurring operational costs.
For more information about the JUPITER System, please visit:
https://www.hughes.com/technologies/broadband-satellite-systems/jupiter-system