In 2016 InfraMed acquired 21% of the shares in Broadband for Africa, a satellite-based Eutelsat initiative for the delivery of high quality broadband services in Africa. The project relies mainly on a network of distributors to roll-out internet services designed to relieve constrained demand for connectivity from the many users in Africa (including Morocco) beyond the range of fixed and mobile terrestrial networks. BB4A addresses direct-to-user consumer and enterprise broadband services using dishes of approximately 75 cm-diameter. The capacity can also be used for community networks connected to Wi-Fi hotspots, mobile phone backhauling and rural connectivity. InfraMed sold this asset in 2017, successfully achieving its first exit.