IsoTropic Networks, a major global provider of satellite communications solutions for maritime, terrestrial, aviation, and emergency response applications has launched major expansions of bandwidth and technology.
The company has more than doubled its satellite data bandwidth for its European and Pacific coverage areas and can now offer enhanced speed and capacity for clients operating under those satellite footprints.
Additionally, the company has implemented hardware and software upgrades that allow for efficient automatic beam switching (ABS). ABS allows for the ability to switch the connection from one satellite beam to another automatically as a subscriber crosses beam boundaries.
In order to ensure that clients can achieve global coverage, IsoTropic has implemented the iDirect single Global Network Management System (Global NMS). This capability enables the company to monitor and manage each traveling remote, ensuring a consistent connection as it passes through separate networks around the world.
Additionally, IsoTropic Networks is rolling out its new Datadragon software application that allows clients to directly monitor and make changes to their communications solutions. Datadragon is the first application that puts the client "in the driver's seat" to make direct changes to many details of their network.
Hank Zbierski, Chief Catalyst at IsoTropic Networks said, "We have heard from our clients that more bandwidth, automatic beam switching, and the ability to see and control their network configuration are all features that are needed for better satellite communications efficiency and effectiveness. Today we are pleased to deliver on all of these items. We look forward to seeing our clients enjoy the improved speed, quality, and flexibility of our global network."