NIASAT™ is a high-end, star-based VSAT system for Government/Military, SCADA, Retail, Telecommuters, ISPs, and corporate IT managers who are seeking a system based on DVB-S2 standards. NIASAT’s edge is dynamic bandwidth allocation that makes it more efficient and faster than other KU-Band systems. Terminals can transmit data to the network hub at speeds up to 1.25 Mbps, with data downloads of up to 30 Mbps, satisfying all bandwidth-intensive applications using IP based data. The NIASAT platform provides point-to-point and hub and spoke technology with a single modem.
NIASAT boasts much lower contention rates than HughesNet, WildBlue, and StarBand. NIASAT network contention ranges from 1:1 private dedicated,all the way up to 125:1 shared contention, which allows users to sign up for a service within their budget. The NIASAT SatRig mobile platforms include vehicle mounted systems and case-deployable systems. Satellite Internet service providers come in all shapes and sizes; NIA is in the size and shape of commercial-grade!
NIASAT Offers Several Distinct Advantages:
- The highest upload channel rate capability on the market
- Medium- to-low contention rates
- Fully customizable bandwidth options
- iDirect DVB-S2 X3/X5 hardware standard
- Operating Costs are locked contractually until 2016 with Intelsat (satellite frequency operator)
- Flexible company and executive staff
- Technical support hold time averages below one minute every year since 2004
- 100% U.S. based technical support
- No port blocking and IP v4 public IPs still available
- Affordable and high-quality service offerings
- Internet via satellite with mission critical data in mind
NIASAT can operate over C-, KA- or Ku-band frequencies, and is scalable to all network sizes.
NIASAT Broadband Applications:
- Internet access
- Digital media streaming
- Video conferencing
- Distance education
- File transfer
- Virtual private networks
- Social media
- Email hosting
NIASAT Service Levels
- Private Dedicated Bandwidth – One or multiply sites have an assigned frequency that no other NIASAT locations can utilize. This option can cost thousands of dollars per month, but it is the only way to guarantee satellite bandwidth.
- High-Level Priority – A shared network but with very low contention of 10:1. 10 describes the number of sites and the 1 describes the number of frequencies used by those 10 sites. Less expensive than Private Dedicated but more expensive than Mid-Level Priority.
- Mid-Level Priority – A shared network but with very low contention of 35:1. 35 describes the number of sites and the 1 describes the number of frequencies used by those 35 sites. Less expensive than High-Level but more expensive than Fair Access Priority.
- Fair Access I Priority – A shared network but with medium contention of 65:1. 65 describes the number of sites and the 1 describes the number of frequencies used by those 65 sites. Less expensive than Mid-Level but more expensive than Fair Access II Priority.
- Fair Access II Priority – A shared network but with a high contention of 125:1. 125 describes the number of sites and the 1 describes the number of frequencies used by those 125 sites. Less expensive than Fair Access I and the lowest cost plans with no guarantee of bandwidth.
How to Request More Info
For more information on NIASAT Systems or other custom network designs, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us: (559) 271-5500.
Summary of iDirect DVB-S2 Technology
The DVB-S2 standard is the second generation of the Digital Video Broadcast for Satellite standard. The DVB-S2 standard provides greater bandwidth efficiency over existing DVB-S systems and uses the latest forward error coding technology, Low-Density Parity Check Codes (LDPC). Satellite communications using DVB-S2 are more efficient in their use of satellite bandwidth and provide increased network capacity.
Additional enhancements in DVB-S2 include multiple supported modulation schemes such as QPSK, 8PSK, 16APSK and 32APSK modulation as well as the ability to use different FEC Coding and Modulation Schemes including Constant Coding and Modulation (CCM), Variable Coding and Modulation (VCM), and Adaptive Coding and Modulation (ACM).
Even if you mis-spelled your search phrase: i.e. satalite Internet or satellite Internet – you still found the right place. NIASAT is commercial-grade, ultra-reliable, 100% based in the U.S. and ready for your satellite Internet needs today – call us at 559-271-5500 and we will consult with you for no charge and zero obligation.