GNFC launches SkyIP terminals for satellite

By : |June 29, 2002 0



MUMBAI: Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers Company (GNFC) has recently
introduced their first SkyIP terminal. The company along with US based NSI
Communications has introduced this new concept of Satellite technology by
combining advantages of SCPC and TDM technologies.

GNFC director, PB Nanavati said, " This product would provide the ideal
solution for extending corporate networks to remote offices."

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The SkyIP terminal provides a satellite communications solution completely based
on Internet protocol. It integrates the satellite modem and the router function
into a single unit. This approach not only eliminates the cost for an external
router but also allows true bandwidth on demand. By locally monitoring the data
buffer at the SkyIP terminal and forwarding the rate to central controller,
SkyIP applications achieve automatic bandwidth on demand.

SkyIP’s IP based technology offers remote offices a range of telecommunication
services, including Internet access, LAN/WAN interconnects, voice, data and on
demand videoconferencing. This communication solution provides seamless
integration with existing corporate networks and Internet.

SCPC is a point-to-point network topology, equivalent to a conventional leased
line cable of delivering 2 Mbps or more bandwidth. The TDM technology is
equivalent to packet switched network capable of delivering time insensitive
data.

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