Satellite Internet in the Nicaragua

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Nicaragua is the largest and least populated country in Central America. It is bordered by Honduras, the Caribbean, Costa Rica and the Pacific Ocean and has a population of 6.2 million. The landscape across Nicaragua is split into three distinct areas; the Pacific lowlands with large fertile valleys; the Amerrisque Mountains and the Mosquito Coast. Nicaragua is primarily an agricultural country and this accounts for 60% of the country’s exports that include tobacco, cassava, bananas and coffee. It is becoming less dependent on fossil fuels and mining is now a growing and important industry for the Nicaraguan economy.

Telecommunications across Nicaragua are available in major urban areas, such as the capital, Managua. However, outside of urban areas, infrastructure is scarce and in need of development. The Nicaraguan broadband network is in its very early stages and requires investment. The World Bank has become involved in an attempt to boost broadband access and is funding the development of the broadband infrastructure across the country. The project, called the Caribbean Regional Communications Infrastructure Program Project aims to increase access to regional broadband networks and advance the development of an Information Technology and Information Technology-Enabled Services (IT and ITES) industry in Nicaragua and the Caribbean region. It will fill key gaps in broadband connectivity on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua to contribute to improved regional telecommunications linkages, to boost human capacity and business development under a regionally harmonized framework and approach, so as to generate employment and position the region and Nicaragua in particular, as a destination of choice for IT businesses.

At present, Nicaraguans tend to access the Internet from cafes, where it is available but the mobile sector is growing and this will be the main method of broadband connectivity for the majority of the population. In 2016, Internet penetration in Nicaragua stood at 19.4%. Mobile phone penetration is growing rapidly.

BusinessCom VSAT Services in Nicaragua

BusinessCom provides satellite-based solutions that can easily and cost-effectively help Nicaraguans, both individuals and businesses and organisations, to access reliable broadband connectivity anywhere across the country. Using VSAT technology, broadband networks offering the full range of voice, data and video services, can be rapidly installed and therefore open up access to the worldwide web, the global marketplace and limitless information and opportunities that will improve the socio-economic conditions across the country.

BusinessCom’s complete range of satellite broadband Internet solutions are autonomous and require just one electricity source and a clear view with the satellite. This means that they may be installed virtually anywhere, regardless of the terrain or remoteness of the location.  The benefits of selecting BusinessCom lie in our vast expertise of delivering these types of services to countries all over the world. We can customise your network to you needs and we provide 24/7 support and will manage your network to ensure that you gain the benefits with our optimisation tools.

It is well recognised by governments across the world that broadband can transform economies, increase knowledge and create huge opportunities. It is intrinsically linked with development. Therefore, the implementation of affordable satellite-based broadband solutions from BusinessCom can have a dramatic effect on Nicaraguans and can help to boost connectivity where it is needed most.

Key features

Key differentiators of BusinessCom VSAT services in Nicaragua are:

  • Broadband Internet access
  • Toll quality VoIP and Videoconferencing with CIR
  • Reliable SLA through FDMA and D-TDMA
  • Star, Mesh and hybrid Star/Mesh topology networks
  • Full support of accelerated VPN, CITRIX, ERM and other business applications
  • Highly secure operation with optional AES embedded encryption
  • Global C-Band coverage and sub-Sahara Ku-Band
  • Landing at top tier redundant IP facilities in Western Europe and United States
  • Sentinel-based QoS, bandwidth management and optimization platform
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