Satnews Daily
September 21st, 2015

IsoTropic Networks Expands Teleport Capabilities w/6.1M Antennae Installment

[Satnews] IsoTropic Networks a telecommunications provider and iDirect Host Network Operator (HNO) announces the completion of the sixth and seventh Vertex 6.1m installations at their Lake Geneva, Wisconsin teleport. 

The 6.1M antennae are the latest antenna installment at IsoTropic Networks since 2012, which meets IsoTropic’s growing clientele and coverage demands, specifically in the maritime, energy, and public service markets, where coverage flexibility and range are essential. The new antennae will increase current coverage ability with the addition of a new satellite to their current six US teleport satellites and five European teleport satellites.  

"With four satellites blanketing the Americas and Africa, IsoTropic Networks has been able to take a leadership position in providing redundant services to the maritime and emergency responder markets. Our satellite services resellers and direct clients understand this is a critically important capability that they can't find elsewhere.” added Hank Zbierski. 

IsoTropic Networks 6.1M antennae deployment is scheduled for the middle of September 2015, with service availability beginning October 1. IsoTropic Networks will be updating industry and market participants through social media and website on the deployment status.