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ND SatCom Launches New Corporate Website

04-23-2010 09:56 AM CET | Media & Telecommunications

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Easy User Navigation, Clear Structure and More Topical Downloads on Demand

Friedrichshafen, April 20, 2010 – ND SatCom, an SES ASTRA company, launched its new website ndsatcom.com. The platform with fresh design and easy navigation offers users quick access to the company’s global product and solution portfolio. The start page will regularly feature new products in addition to coverage of the company’s military, government, enterprise, and broadcast vertical markets. The IT customer segment, a traditionally non-satellite communications market, is directly approached on the start page with appealing new content explaining XWARP, the company’s new enterprise connectivity solution. Parallel to the corporate website, the company has also launched ND SatCom fan groups on facebook for both ND SatCom and XWARP.

“Our driving motto for creating the website was accessibility by finding the right content and expertise quickly”, states Christian Adolph, Director Marketing of ND SatCom. “Users will easily find access to our global sales, service, training, HR and media relations teams. For all customers, the website’s extranet will be the online backbone for information and updates on our products.” Also, the improvement of the search function has resulted in a visually well-arranged presentation of search results.

All featured products are accompanied by topical datasheets, which are available for download on demand. Both the product and solution sections are clearly interlinked and supported by background information such as editorial coverage, case studies, online tutorials and product videos.

In a second step, ND SatCom intends to further improve the website benefits by offering various online tools such as a link budget calculator, online training, an online shop, and podcasts.

About ND SatCom
ND SatCom is a leading global supplier of satellite-based broadband VSAT, broadcast and defence communication network and ground station solutions. ND SatCom's innovative technologies are deployed in broadcast & media, enterprise, telecom, government and defence environments worldwide. As a global company with more than 30 years of experience in the satellite networks and systems businesses, ND SatCom is a reliable source of comprehensive and secure turnkey and tailored system engineered solutions. ND SatCom is represented by regional sales and service offices worldwide.

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88039 Friedrichshafen
Phone: +49 7545 939 7103
www.ndsatcom.com

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