The Standard Package is changing from 1Mb/256k to 1Mb/384k, while the Premium Package is evolving from 4Mb/512k to 4Mb/1Mb.
NSSLGlobal says that, together with Telemar Scandinavia, it is making this move in response to the changing needs associated with internet usage, especially in areas like cloud computing and the need to send data via the likes of Amazon Cloud, DropBox or WeTransfer. It also notes that as tablets and smartphones become more common, there is a necessity for a higher return capacity.
NSSLGlobal says that the recent introduction of ACM (Adaptive Coding Modulation) technology, combined with the introduction of the new DVB-RCS2 standard across VSAT network hubs, has enhanced two-way satellite link efficiencies as well as reducing the impact of Rain Fade.
Sally-Anne Ray, COO at NSSLGlobal, said: “The introduction of ACM will provide our customers with a noticeable improvement in speed and quality of service, but at no extra cost.”
“At NSSLGlobal we understand our customer needs and pride ourselves in supplying them the latest DVB technology.”