Airbus Defence and Space is expanding its Terralink satellite connectivity service portfolio with the introduction of new services for enterprise users based on the next generation Newtec Dialog satellite communications platform.
The new services offer a significant boost in service flexibility and link efficiency for service providers and end-users.
Due to faster and smarter data processing, new coding, and compatibility with various technologies, more can be sent and delivered through the satellite connectivity. Also, the platform is scalable to fit small to larger enterprises’ communications needs.
According to the company, this expansion of Terralink is the latest product innovation within AuroraGlobal, the company’s strategic satellite communications services portfolio providing highly flexible and efficient satellite links to a diverse customer base.
The new services available from Airbus Defence and Space connect organisations locally and cross-border in private networks or to the public Internet, enabling use of email, web browsing and IP applications ensuring business connectivity wherever they are based. The recently launched Global Field Support Program ensures regional support and a short response time combined with the most flexible and future proof Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) connectivity provided based on the AuroraGlobal multi-band portfolio.
Terralink enables services to run more efficiently than ever before over satellite and allows the same core platform to be used for customers of any size and network requirements. This is made possible by using the most optimal return bandwidth allocation technologies, including well-known SCPC, MF-TDMA and Mx-DMA return technologies, all on the same platform. Mx-DMA incorporates the best features of MF-TDMA and SCPC technologies and at the same time solves the difficult choice of selecting one or the other.
Additionally, the latest modem allows transmission changes without traffic interruption and loss of data, which improves the link availability and reduces latency.
The network hubs are now installed and operating in several of Airbus Defence and Space owned teleports worldwide. The service areas include Europe, Central Europe and the Middle East with Ku-band services and Africa and Asia Pacific covered with C-band services.