Servicesat is a trading name for EiST, a technology driven company which delivers and supports broadband telecommunications solutions with an open approach capacity suppliers and hardware platforms. Servicesat locations include Cyprus, Greece and Germany.

The company was formed with the direct aim of providing Broadband Satellite Services across a large geographical area with particular emphasis on the development of "Value Added Services" and a closely knit network of local resellers. Much of Servicesat's resources are used for developing technology and partnerships in order to offer services not yet available from other broadband providers.

Servicesat uses its in-depth knowledge and multi-year experience in two-way satellite systems and networking to match the right solution to every customer requirement.

The company was founded in the early part of 2002 by a number of entrepreneurs interested in the Broadband Internet industry. The founding board members had backgrounds in various fields including telecommunications, information technology and finance. After 10 successful years in the European and Middle Eastern markets Servicesat was bought by its technical director who has more than 25 years of experience in the satellite communications field having worked at Intelsat and Hughes Network Systems in both Europe and the US. Servicesat became an authorized distributor of HughesNet Services in 2002, operating across the Eutelsat W1 footprint and expanded into the PAS10 and PAS 1R, as well as the Eutelsat W3 footprints, in 2003.

In 2003 and 2004, Servicesat expanded its product range with the introduction of a number of key products from other Satellite providers in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. New distribution agreements with Tachyon Networks, Satlynx as well as various iDirect service providers were established to widen the spectrum of opportunities and tailor-made solutions that Servicesat could provide. IP Backbone type connectivity was added to Servicesat's range of products with the deployment of up to 200Mbps of dedicated internet capacity in the Middle East on both fixed as well as inclined orbit satellites. In 2004 and 2005, Servicesat continued its commitment to the development of its own range of products and recently released its own Auto Deploy, vehicle mount, self-acquiring Satellite system.

In the first quarter of 2005, Servicesat released its own low cost Maritime solution. This equipment provides low cost Internet with unlimited high-speed Internet access and Voiceover IP services for moving vessels of any kind anywhere at sea. 2008 saw the launch of Servicesat's LOW-COST DSNG services and equipment. These unique services are an amalgamation of three state of the art products (the Direcstar auto-deploy antenna, Quicklink's latest compression techniques and Hughes Net's HN7000s modem) that have been brought together to provide the equipment and service for an SNG product that is amongst the lowest priced of its kind in the market today. Following the design and deployment of a number of custom made intranet solutions, in 2010 Servicesat delivered a custom made data and video teleconferencing network for the Iraqi police. In 2011 Servicesat entered the solar and wind farm monitor and control market in Greece with the view to expand in the Middle East. Servicesat's plans for 2012 is to promote and deploy new and low cost Ka band services in the Middle East. Using its vast experience on most if not all satellite based services and products in Europe and the Middle East, Servicesat claims to be able to identify, design and implement the best fit solution for any networking need.