JUPITER™ satellite backhaul validated for 3G and LTE mobile services

JUPITER™ satellite backhaul validated for 3G and LTE mobile services

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By eeNews Europe

The new offering opens the way for mobile network operators (MNOs) to fulfill universal service obligation (USO) programs by expanding modern 3G/LTE services in lower density and rural areas otherwise left unserved due to the high cost of terrestrial backhaul, whether fiber, cable or microwave. Joint testing of the combined Hughes JUPITER platform with Sevis Intelligent Backhaul Optimizer (IBO) suite of applications, including optimization and TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) acceleration technology, resulted in substantial bandwidth savings and boosted speeds over satellite links provisioned for both 3G and LTE backhaul.

Tim Peyla, vice president, Business Development at Sevis Systems, said, "We continue delivering next-generation mobile backhaul optimization and acceleration technology with unmatched value and ROI. Our software-defined 7000 series intelligent backhaul optimizer technology was purposely built for high throughput satellites."

The tests covered registration/deregistration, mobile originated (MO) and mobile terminated (MT) voice calls, SMS (Short Message Service), web browsing and data sessions. The backhaul optimization tests evaluated bandwidth savings while performing FTP and HTTP transfers of audio and video files, Microsoft Office documents and Web pages over 3G and 4G services. TCP acceleration testing evaluated the same traffic used for the backhaul optimization but with TCP acceleration and compression applied.

Performance met or exceeded expectations in all cases, with the JUPITER backhaul network delivering high-QoS services and the Sevis system accelerating download speeds and compressing traffic for more efficient bandwidth usage.

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