Supernet to Develop New Enterprise Solutions with LeoSat Capacity

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A LeoSat constellation depiction. Some elements of this image furnished by NASA. Photo: LeoSat

LeoSat Enterprises, which is launching a constellation of up to 108 Low Earth Orbit (LEO) communications satellites, has entered into a strategic agreement with Supernet, based in Pakistan. Through this agreement, LeoSat will provide Supernet with more than 3 Gbps of capacity on its LEO network infrastructure.

LeoSat’s network combines the speed of fiber with the ubiquity of satellite ideal for cellular and enterprise networks, enabling Supernet to offer a portfolio of local to global integrated communications solutions targeting corporate, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) and individual customers.

As cellular protocols become more sophisticated and cellular use accelerates, there is an ever-increasing need to transport cellular signals for long distances, at high speeds, in high volume and native form. According to LeoSat, for existing and emerging market telecom operators, its network offers latency, timing and transport compliant with the network standards of the newer 4G, 5G and LTE cellular systems.

LeoSat achieved the low latency of its system using an architecture based on inter-satellite laser links. It also offers a high level of security as the data is encrypted from end-to-end across the network with no terrestrial touchpoints, the company has stated.

 

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