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Red52 Launches Romantis UHP Satellite Services, Named VSAT Distributor

By | March 12, 2012

      [Satellite TODAY 03-12-12] Mexican operator and satellite network integrator Red52 has launched new services powered by UHP technology from satellite capacity and networking provider Romantis Group, Red52 announced March 9.

         The dual-redundant gateway UHP-8000 was acquired by Red52 and installed at its teleport in Mexico City to provide advanced data and multimedia services to thousands of remote terminals across Mexico and Latin America. The services will utilize capacity on Hispasat’s Amazonas satellites.
         Romantis UHP supports VSAT networks such as TDM/TDMA, Star and Mesh, Hub-less TDMA, MCPC/SCPC and controlled SCPC. The terminal uses DVB-S2 signaling and is capable of processing data streams with throughput of up to 86 Mbps.
         “We especially find the ability to deploy SCPC links, fully meshed networks and traditional star topologies with the same box to be a logistical godsend. We are fully committed to bringing the benefits of bandwidth savings, high-quality throughput and scalability to the Latin American marketplace,” Red52 CEO Sergio Murillo said in a statement.
         Separately, Red52 announced that Romantis has named the company its official distributor for VSAT products in Mexico.

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