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Monthly Archives: July 2014

Dynamic satellite system QoS architecture integrated with IP Multimedia Subsystem core network

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Convergence is one of the most important challenges for Next Generation Networks (NGN). This includes service convergence as well as fixed-mobile convergence. The integration of satellite telecommunication system into NGN is a key to increasing the coverage of future networks and opening satellite access networks to a wider range of terrestrial solutions. Digital Video Broadcast (DVB) Return Channel via Satellite system (DVB-RCS) and its evolution (DVB-RCS2) are widely used European standards that are specified for broadband satellite systems using dynamic capacity assignment and multifrequency TDMA.

Baudoin C., Gineste M., Emmanuel C., Gelard P., and Bernard J. “Dynamic satellite system QoS architecture integrated with IP Multimedia Subsystem core network” Wiley, 30 July 2014. Web. 30 July 2014.


Emergency Satellite for School District

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Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) August 07, 2013 – Today Katonah-Lewisboro School District announced the acquisition of the Squire Tech Solutions LLC Business Continuity 600 satellite communications package providing alternative emergency communications for the K-12 critical administrative location. The selection of Squire Tech came after months of research and analysis of alternative communications options should local telephone, internet, data, and cellular infrastructure become unavailable.

Emergency Satellite for School District

The Business Continuity 600 solution that was selected for the Katonah-Lewisboro school district is a integrated package that provides internet, phones, data, Wi-Fi and wired IP communications via a small roof mounted satellite system. The package can be installed in under a day and provides 50 to 100 times the speeds of residential grade satellite internet.
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Texas Universities Weather Hurricane Ike

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First the good news: Universities and research institutions in Texas suffered far less damage than some had feared from Hurricane Ike. Now, the bad news: It could take weeks for the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) on the flooded island of Galveston and satellite Texas A&M campuses in the Galveston area to be fully up and running.

With winds of 160 kilometers per hour and torrential rains, Hurricane Ike hit the Texas coast early on Saturday morning, submerging most of Galveston and blowing out glass windows of skyscrapers in Houston. Read More