Advantech Wireless, a global leader in satellite broadband communications, announced today the integration of Sevis' 2G/3G/4G/LTE Intelligent Backhaul Optimization (IBO) in its new Ultimate U7400-C2 and U7400-C4 Satellite Terminals. To be showcased at IBC 2017, Sevis IBO integration within Advantech Wireless’ ASAT II™ Hubs and U7400-C2 / C4 terminals aim to make the most efficient use of satellite bandwidth; delivering savings up to 50% on 2G/3G and up to 30x throughput increase with Sevis LTE acceleration.
Sevis IBO Backhaul optimization and acceleration integration within Advantech Wireless ASAT II™ Hubs and high-throughput U7400-C2 and C4 terminals feature the company’s unique WaveSwitch™ technology, supporting seamless switching between ASCPC™, MF-TDMA, and SCPC (DVB-S2X) waveforms, allocating bandwidth dynamically from a common space segment pool. WaveSwitch™ delivers full bandwidth optimization at physical and protocol layers simultaneously. This powerful integration boosts mobile throughput, reduces satellite backhaul bandwidth costs and increases service revenue, while at the same time establishing a software-defined platform for high-throughput satellite (HTS) cellular backhaul.
"Sevis´ top-notch 2G, 3G and 4G / LTE optimization logic is at the heart of Advantech Wireless ASAT II™ cellular backhaul solution, and combined with our unique WaveSwitch™ and 3D-BoD™ technologies enable satellite backhaul with the highest level of bandwidth efficiency, scalability and flexibility, allowing satellite service providers and mobile carriers to reduce backhaul OPEX substantially," said Oscar Glottmann, CMO Satellite Networks Business Unit at Advantech Wireless.
"As mobile operators around the globe expand their network coverage into areas such as rural or remote locations unserved or underserved by terrestrial technologies, they rely on Sevis to help deliver such services in the most affordable and efficient manner. By integrating our 2G/3G/4G/LTE Intelligent Backhaul Optimization and Acceleration solutions within Advantech Wireless ASAT II™ Hubs and U7400-C2 and C4 terminals, users can benefit from a synergetic end-to-end solution that reduces both the cost of deployment and operation," says Tim Peyla, Vice President of Business Development, Sevis Systems.
The Advantech Wireless-Sevis integration uses Sevis’ 7000 and 6000 series, allowing satellite service providers and mobile carriers to conduct high-ROI optimization not just on IP-based 2G/3G/4G-LTE links but also on legacy E1-based 2G/3G backhaul networks, over either traditional and high-throughput satellites (HTS).