Network agnostic dynamic cloud platform for satellite providers

Network agnostic dynamic cloud platform for satellite providers

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By Jean-Pierre Joosting

Comtech has announced its Dynamic Cloud Platform (DCP) is now available for commercial and government satellite service providers in U.S. and international markets.

DCP will enable traditionally disparate satellite systems and ground station infrastructures to be easily integrated, creating a new path to introduce cloud-based applications, waveforms, and services. The platform is designed to be infrastructure, cloud, and application agnostic — allowing satellite customers to easily orchestrate, integrate, and manage a wide variety of applications, waveforms, and services across private, public, and hybrid cloud-based networks.

“We have proven and extensive experience integrating a variety of 5G technologies levering Comtech’s DCP for a number of terrestrial and wireless customers, including tier-1 mobile network operators,” said Ken Peterman, President and CEO, Comtech. “Now, our DCP is expanding into the satellite and space market — opening the door for commercial and government customers to integrate new network agnostic waveforms and applications that will help usher in a new era of ubiquitous, smart-enabled connectivity.”

Comtech is conducting trials and initial testing that will enable multiple satellite-based waveforms to be deployed using DCP across different cloud-based infrastructures. As part of the launch, Comtech’s DCP now offers a unique satellite-based software development kit to allow for the integration of virtualized ground stations and other applications across cloud networks. Comtech is also offering professional services to assist satellite customers with the integration of new applications on its DCP.


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