New UHP VSAT platform from Romantis at CABSAT 2013

by Staff Reporter | January 14th, 2013

Romantis UHP satellite router

At Cabsat 2013, the Romantis Group will feature the UHP product with the latest software 3.0 and new advanced features.

 At its heart is a satellite router which reportedly processes 28,000 packets per second and can be configured as a TDM/TDMA hub for up to 252 users (expandable to 8,000 and 64,000) or a hubless mesh node or a 86 Mbps IP DVB-S2 modem

The UHP VSAT platform is, the company claims, a cost-disruptive technology, with a single hardware platform covering a range of technologies from TDM/TDMA to Hubless Mesh TDMA and pure or dynamic SCPC (DAMA).

The platform has reportedly been successfully deployed in 60+ networks across the world. The platform can, the company claims, handle very high speed transmissions (up to 86 Mbps sustained IP throughput) and supports VLAN, multi-level QoS, codec-independent handling of real-time traffic and TCP acceleration.

At its heart is a satellite router which reportedly processes 28,000 packets per second and can be configured as a TDM/TDMA hub for up to 252 users (expandable to 8,000 and 64,000) or a hubless mesh node or a 86 Mbps IP DVB-S2 modem. Romantis UHP reportedly suits a number of applications such as VSAT IP networks including enterprise connectivity, broadband access, SCADA/M2M, GSM Backhaul, Satcom-On-The-Move as well as multimedia, video broadcasting, including broadcast quality TV contribution and HD video conferencing/collaboration. Romantis also offers OEM version of its product.

To learn more join Romantis at CABSAT 2013, March 12-14, Dubai World Trade Center, Hall 1 Stand 102.

 

 

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