Satellite Internet in the United States of America

Satellite Internet Access Service

With a population of over 326.5 million people, the United States of America is the world’s third most populous country. With fifty nation states, and a diverse geography and climate, the country is vast and ranks fourth in the world in terms of its size. It is the world’s most powerful nation state. The distribution of population consists of large urban clusters of people that are concentrated in rural areas such as Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, Houston, Miami and Washington, DC. The geography of the United States is diverse, from mountain ranges such as the Rockies and the Appalachians to deserts in the southwest and dense forests in the north. The prairies are less densely populated and account for a great deal of agriculture in the country. The U.S. is a mixed economy with a great deal of natural resources. It is the largest producer of oil in the world and also has a solid mining and agricultural sector.

Connecting Remote Areas

Though a powerful country, there is still work to do in terms of connecting the American population. In 2016, Internet penetration stood at 76.18%. The country’s mobile networks are currently undergoing upgrade and expansion. WIth demand for mobile data on a growth path across the country, LTE networks are being rolled out. There is high smartphone penetration. A heavy focus is being placed on 5G, and trials are currently ongoing with a race underway for providers to launch the first services which are expected at the end of 2018. However, the challenge for the broadband market is to reach rural areas.

In a 2015 FCC report, it was confirmed that 55 million Americans (17% of the population) lacked access to advanced broadband and that a significant Digital Divide exists between urban and rural America with over half of all Americans lacking access to 25Mbps/3Mbps service. The report also found that 35% of schools lacked access to fibre networks that can support the digital learning tools of today.

Satellite Internet Services in the USA

BusinessCom Networks offers satellite-based solutions that can considerably improve access to broadband connectivity to the rural population of the United States. Using flexible, scalable and cost-effective VSAT technology, access to high-speed broadband is made easy and opens the door for individuals, enterprises, clinics, schools and other users that could benefit, to access the applications that broadband brings. By moving broadband into these rural regions, applications such as videoconferencing, VoIP, telemedicine and back-up and network resilience in the face of natural disasters, can be offered.

At BusinessCom, we have enormous experience in the design, installation and support of VSAT networks and we strive to deliver the very best Quality of Service and to meet stringent Service Level Agreements that are expected from our customers. We can ensure that you get the very best results through shared and dedicated bandwidth provided by an extensive satellite fleet.

BusinessCom is poised to connect rural areas of the United States with broadband that can transform the lives of people currently lacking access to connectivity and that is invaluable in terms of development of businesses, communities and individuals. Contact us to discuss your requirements.

Key features

Key differentiators of BusinessCom VSAT services in the USA 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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