Xiplink, Vitacom enhance SCPC, TDMA networks in Africa

by Staff Reporter | January 16th, 2013

Vitacom teleport in Miami, Florida

Technology companies XipLink and Vitacom have reportedly distributed XipLink XA appliances in Africa and Latin America for several satellite service customers.

XipLink said that most of the technical solution was certified ahead of time with testing completed at Romantis for the TDMA network and at Datum Systems for the SCPC devices

The revamped services are directed towards supplying, the companies claim, a higher capacity to Vitacom via SCPS TCP Acceleration, plus integrated X1/X2 streaming compression, while also providing high-speed refresh rates to the end user community for an enhanced quality-of-experience.

XipLink said that most of the technical solution was certified ahead of time with testing completed at Romantis for the TDMA network and at Datum Systems for the SCPC devices.

In a company statement, Vitacom President Bruce Bell said, “The XipLink technology has improved our ability to deliver world class services while differentiating our solutions against generic VSAT service providers. Further, we achieve a double benefit since our effective bandwidth is higher without requiring additional capacity purchases while, simultaneously, Vitacom customers achieve significant improvements to their response times.”

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