[menog] Satellite Transport Services
shakeel.ahmad at networkncc.com
Mon Apr 20 18:59:05 GMT 2009
You might wanna try 'Telenor UK' via intelsat.
On 4/20/09, Kiyam Kadir <kiyam at gorannet.net> wrote:
> Dear Joe,
> now that was a perfect explanation of what I want and would like to achieve.
> I thank you very much for your support
> and pointing me in the right direction.
> I will have a look at intelsat and see what I can get, but my biggest
> problem is that I will need inclined orbit on Ku-Band
> and free space segment over Iraq. I am planning to establish multiple point
> to point links into London, Frankfurt, NY, CA, and
> somewhere in Asia.
> so that’s going to be a little difficult but thanks to you I know where to
> start at least.
> Thank you
> Best regards,
> Kiyam Kadir
> Goran Net ISP
> Business Consultant
> EMail: kiyam at gorannet.net
> Tel: 00964 (0) 770 2 666 666
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joe Abley [mailto:joe.abley at icann.org]
> Sent: Monday, April 20, 2009 17:53
> To: Kiyam Kadir
> Cc: 'Alrasheed, Ahmed'; menog at menog.net
> Subject: Re: [menog] Satellite Transport Services
> On 20-Apr-2009, at 10:31, Kiyam Kadir wrote:
>> the satellite I need should be able to handle capacities of up to
>> 200Mbps at most. do you think this company offers such a service?
> Back when I used to do these things in New Zealand, you could encode a
> 155Mbit/s symbol rate into a single C-band transponder channel. On
> IntelSat 177E which we were using at the time the service we could
> obtain was limited by available spectrum on the satellite (this was in
> the days before Southern Cross was commissioned, when PacRim-East was
> essentially full, and there was a brief boom in IP over satellite in
> the Pacific).
> IntelSat spectrum availability and pricing always used to be public.
> All that remained was to identify a suitable signatory in a fibre-
> connected location to provide an uplink, and purchase some transit.
> Quite possibly there are other approaches for buying an integrated
> service, today.
> No doubt there are other satellite operators that should also be
> considered, but IntelSat pricing might give you a useful baseline.
> Remember that if you're looking for a duplex service, you will need
> spectrum at both uplink locations. Also consider that you don't
> necessarily need the same RF bandwidth at both ends if your traffic
> requirements are asymmetric (e.g. you might be able to combine a 155M
> [symbol-rate] uplink from the remote location with a much narrower
> local uplink).
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