BusinessCom supplies all the required VSAT equipment to provide services to its end customers. The configuration of equipment depends on the service, requested bandwidth, remote location and climate as well as SLA requirements.
The common VSAT equipment package required for establishing a bi-directional satellite communications channels between the remote site and the BusinessCom satellite network has the following components:
BusinessCom uses both C and Ku frequency bands to deliver its iDirect, SCPC, DVB-S2 and LinkStar services worldwide, as well as employing additional platform-specific equipment VSAT services. Each VSAT connection is considered on an individual basis. We allow subscribers to connect using 3rd party or even used VSAT equipment packages after full approval based on submitted ESDF (Earth Station Data Form) and complete Link Budget Analysis. Additional photographic assessment of components may be requested for 3rd party used VSAT equipment connections.
VSAT Internet equipment packages provided by BusinessCom have IP routers built inside modems such as iDirect and LinkStar, providing hot Ethernet connection for your local network. Point-to-Point satellite connectivity services based on traditional SCPC technology require an external IP router with a serial card to interface V.35, EIA-232, G.703 or Serial LVDS on the SCPC satellite modem. We always recommend Cisco routers to assure full interoperability with the teleport-based equipment. VSAT equipment package based on iDirect modems running in the iSCPC mode allows Ethernet connections with no additional hardware required.
In addition to VSAT equipment supply, BusinessCom provides the following services:
Africa, Europe, Middle East, Americas, Asia