SatADSL will be launching a new Point of Presence (PoP) in Miami, Florida, in March this year.
As the company continues to develop its offering globally, SatADSL will provide operators in the American region with access to its Cloud-based Service Delivery Platform (C-SDP). The first-of-its-kind platform enables operators to deliver satellite services via the cloud without adding extra latency on top of that inherent to geostationary satellite communication.
A Marlink teleport in South America will be the first to be connected to the Miami PoP. It will use the SES 4 satellite with ST Engineering Dialog® technology, to be integrated with the SatADSL’s C-SDP. As the C-SDP is an entire OSS/BSS, carrier-grade, a fully redundant platform in the cloud, it offers many benefits, including the ability for operators to outsource satellite services with no upfront investment and capitalize on their bandwidth offering.
The new PoP, which will allow SatADSL to replicate European and African models, follows the company’s expansion in Singapore last year. SatADSL successfully installed a PoP in the region to enable local operators a range of benefits, such as accelerating the go-to-market thanks to the complete suite of ready-to-use tools available on the C-SDP at all levels of the value chain.
Fulvio Sansone, CTO at SatADSL, said following the launch of the company's Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering, SatADSL has experienced amazing success and growth in the market. The range of services offered, including the ability to provide pre-paid voucher-based services and the ability to allow customers to easily operate as a Virtual Network Operator (VNO) without Capital Expenditure (CAPEX), has triggered the interest of teleports as well as satellite and service operators from various global regions. In addition, the possibility offered to teleports to seamlessly access third party satellite hubs via our platform enables them to extend their range of services and their geographic coverage without any investment and therefore without risk. Now, thanks to the new PoP in Miami, operators and users alike in the Americas will also benefit from SatADSL’s C-SDP with optimal latency.”
Michel Dothey, CCO at SatADSL, added that the firm is excited about the upcoming extension, particularly as it moves the company one step closer to offering continent-to-continent connectivity. SatADSL is continually looking for ways to expand the offerings as a company to improve solutions for current and prospective clients.
SatADSL is available to discuss its upcoming expansion and the benefits of its C-SDP platform at SATELLITE 2020. SatADSL will be at booth 342 at the event taking place at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, D.C. from Monday, March 9th to Thursday, March 12th.