Remagen, Germany (SPX) Dec 08, 2009
atrexx has introduced an innovative service that enables point-to-point and point-to-multipoint connectivity via satellite through Single Channel per Carrier (SCPC) technology.
The company has already seen an upturn in demand for services that connect geographically dispersed office locations with their headquarters, especially in regions such as Africa and Middle East, where there are often no other communications links available.
Many requests come from governmental organizations, or from banks and corporations that wish to provide telecommunication links from headquarters to multiple offices within a country, or outside it. This type of connectivity is possible using SCPC equipment even if the requirement is to link up to several locations.
"We can provide the perfect solution to these requirements" said Jean-Claude Bisenius, Managing Director of atrexx.
"We firstly evaluate the needs of the customer in order to propose an end-to-end solution using state-of-the-art SCPC equipment. We then calculate the link budget, procure the space segment required, program the modem, and help the customer to line-up the satellite with our teleport partners. When we are satisfied that everything is working to the end-user's requirements, we pass over full control of the network to the customer. However, atrexx is always there to provide support and monitoring whenever it is needed."
The complete, structured solution has several key advantages for the customer. It is scalable with small bandwidth increments, flexible and will grow as a business does.
It also allows the customer to have overall control of the network without the involvement of any telecommunications or teleport provider - yet with the assurance of strong service partner support, should it be required. There is low latency, as all communications from headquarters to remote sites is via single hop.
This is a strong benefit when compared to a traditional solution involving a hub station in Europe, resulting in double hop communication and thus double latency. The single hop solution proposed by atrexx only needs half the satellite bandwidth of a hub based alternative and thus is very cost-effective.
The service is made possible due to the use of new, high power satellites that lower customer's investment. An antenna of typically 1.8 m in Ku-Band and 2.4m in C-Band is required at each side of the link. The hubless solution is thus as affordable to implement as a traditional VSAT network.
"Working across vast continents such as Africa, where conventional travel can sometimes be challenging, means large organizations need to maximize on the potential of communications technology," said atrexx' customer Olanrewaju Ore from KKON Technologies in Nigeria which have set up and provide support to a large bank network".
The bank needs to equal the efficiency across the world and atrexx has come up with a superb solution that allows us to achieve all this, and also to do it very cost effectively. The great support from atrexx has helped to have the complete satellite based corporate network up and running within days", Mr. Ore continued.
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