Spacenet to Provide Managed Network Services to Regis

[Satellite TODAY 01-12-10] Spacenet, a subsidiary of Gilat Satellite Networks, has been contracted by Regis to provide its Prysm Pro network appliance and managed satellite network solutions to more than 7,000 Regis beauty salon locations in North America, Spacenet announced Jan. 11.
    The solution aims to enable PCI compliant managed network services and will be integrated with Regis’ infrastructure, which includes DSL, 3G, analog and digital voice, Wi-Fi, and virtual private networking.
    The Prysm Pro appliance also will provide Regis with support for automatic hybrid switching between its wireline and wireless technologies for network backup, integrated Wi-Fi hotspot services for customers, integrated analog telephone adapter for Voice-over-IP functionality and point-of-sale hardware at its retail applications.
“Spacenet’s managed network services will serve as an all-in-one flexible network appliance that supports our comprehensive business applications more cost efficiently than competing alternatives,” Regis Vice President of Information Technology Joel Wiens said in a statement.

Related Stories-

Slump or Growth for Satellite Service Providers in Latin America   Via Satellite   January 1, 2010
According to Andrea Maleter, technical director, Futron, There is a fair amount of private equity money still going into (Latin America s) satellite business. Latin American telecoms, in general, has seen a fair amount of consolidation…

Satellite Communications Find Use for Expanded Monitoring Applications
   Via Satellite   December 1, 2009
Although the monitoring market is a good one, it is not homogeneous. Monitoring covers a broad range of applications which often are lumped under a single, generic moniker. In reality, the monitoring market is stratified with different solutions…

Gilat Reports Third Quarter Results; Hires Former Intelsat General President as SIGS CEO   Satellite Today   November 17, 2009
[Satellite TODAY 11-17-09] Gilat Satellite Networks revenues declined to $54.6 million in the 2009 third quarter from the $65.3 million mark it achieved in the same period of 2008, according to the company’s latest financial results, released Nov…

The Connected Cockpit: Driving the Change
Check out this related Event!

Related Stories

Live chat by BoldChat