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Monday, May 28, 2007

ViaSat Enhances LinkStar System


ViaSat's newly enhanced LinkStarS2 VSAT networking system incorporates the new DVB-S2 waveform, offering up to 30% greater bandwidth efficiency and substantially reducing network operating costs. The S2-capable LinkStar hub integrates remote LinkWayS2 mesh VSAT terminals into the same network, enabling flexible hybrid star/mesh network architectures.

ViaSat Linkstar S2LinkStarS2 and LinkWayS2 can now interoperate seamlessly, offering maximum network design flexibility. ViaSat's LinkWay broadband IP mesh network is meeting the needs of business, military, and government clients with applications ranging from broadband IP enterprise networks to distance learning. The addition of a DVB-S2 receiver to LinkWay enables hybrid star/mesh networks managed by a single LinkStarS2 hub.

The LinkStar S2 system builds on the leading DVB-RCS capable VSAT system, with over 100 networks and 75,000 remote terminals worldwide. The new S2-capable LinkStar S2 hubs and remote terminals are compatible with standard DVB-S LinkStar remotes and offer a simple, cost effective transition to the benefits of DVB-S2.

DVB-S2 is the latest advance in transmission technique from the Digital Video Broadcasting Project industry consortium and features a variety of technology enhancements over the current DVB-S standard. The new standard is designed to cut the cost-per-bit to transmit data by satellite by providing more efficient use of satellite transponders.

ViaSat has a full line of VSAT products for data and voice applications, and is a market leader in Ka-band satellite systems, from user terminals to large gateways.

3 Comments:

  • At 5:15 AM, Blogger nitish said…

    Can Linkway S2 be used for simultaneous star and mesh connectivity from the VSAT station

     
  • At 10:32 AM, Blogger Scott said…

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    Are they too expensive, unfair pricing for different speeds, bad ping rates? All you state here is that you’re angry with either the connection itself or someone at your ISP’s office. Surprisingly though you’re not the first person I’ve heard or even seen follow through on something like this. Hey I like to make a stand and the occasional statement too but this isn’t a fight you are likely to win. They need you as much as you need a fast connection.

     
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