Greater control of your assets, no matter how distant
Solutions designed to fit your needs
Fill gaps in your cellular coverage while providing nearly seamless switching to satellite coverage and back.
Connect a remote location using a local configuration to headquarters and beyond.
High bandwidth demands can be addressed in mobile and fixed remote locations.
|Satellite Dual Mode||Address gaps in wireless coverage and enhance transport efficiency.|
|Satellite Only||Manages high-bandwidth demands in mobile and fixed remote locations. Easy-to-deploy SIM card-based solution. Usage-based pricing model possible.|
|Satellite Backhaul||Manages data going to and from remote locations. Supports high-speed networks. Works with remote wireless networks to provide voice, message, and data.|
Satellite can help solve many connectivity issues with increased geographic coverage.
This is a common concern, however, the cost per bit has never been lower. Satellite is the most cost-effective solution that enables delivering the same content to tens or thousands of locations simultaneously at no additional cost.
In simplest terms, satellites can be used anywhere there is a clear view of the sky. A typical satellite network will consist of a hub or teleport with connection via satellite to remote nodes which can be L band terminals or VSATs.
Satellite systems use protocols such as TCP (spoofing of acknowledgement packets) and HTTP (pre-fetching of recognized HTTP objects); this delivers higher quality performance and associated user experience regardless of path latency.
Dual-mode devices can provide satellite and cellular. This solution enables cellular and satellite services to combine over multiple data paths working together for delivering continuous connectivity.
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