[SatNews] Advantech Wireless has announced that the company's S4120 VSAT terminal has been selected by a major Government Services Organization in Latin America to support multiple services including enterprise, critical infrastructure, COTM, 3G & 4G mobile backhaul, and broadband access.
Advantech Wireless' S4120 VSAT terminals are DVB-RCS compliant and fully support DVB-S2 ACM/VCM/CCM capability. They are optimized to achieve high-performance and quick response time to bandwidth requests for professional, enterprise and governmental applications in an economical fashion. Thousands of the S4120 VSAT terminals can populate a DVB-RCS compliant network. The S4120 from Advantech Wireless offers powerful connectivity directly to the LAN/WAN environment or directly to a host computer. The S4120 performance provides bandwidth-on-demand. Designed to support unicast, multicast or broadcast traffic up to 155 Mbps on the forward link (hub to remote terminal), with the choice of standardized DVB-S2 (CCM, VCM, ACM) with roll-off down to 10 percent, and up to 8Mbps transmission on the return link (remote terminal to hub), the S4120 is ideally suited for all business needs.
John Landovskis, VP PLM & Business Development, VSAT & Modem Products at Advantech Wireless, said, “Advantech Wireless’ platform has been seamlessly integrated as an expansion of a previous deployment. The deployed network capacity for the Hub is to support more than 20,000 VSAT terminals.“
There's additional information at the Advantech Wireless infosite at http://www.advantechwireless.com/products/s4120-acm-dvb-rcs-vsat-terminals/