Higher speeds are a definite benefit to anyone who needs to push a lot of data at a faster pace. And, with our Ku Band, we can push higher speeds and still handle rain fade better than any land line or other satellite Internet provider.
AKRON, OH (PRWEB) March 24, 2015
Skycasters, a leader in broadband satellite Internet services for business, is introducing enhanced service plans that allow users to transmit greater amounts of data at faster rates. The company is introducing these plans at no extra charge to its customers, which span industries including oil, gas & mining, disaster response, remote business, government and military, not-for-profits, telemedicine and much more. The company also supplies primary connectivity to businesses where terrestrial connections are not an option, as well as backup Internet for business continuity should a company’s landlines fail. In some cases, the new service plans double the amount of data companies can send via their satellite connection.
“Higher speeds are a definite benefit to anyone who needs to push a lot of data at a faster pace,” says Tom Reed, General Manager. “And, with our Ku Band, we can push higher speeds and still handle rain fade better than any land line or other satellite Internet provider.”
Additional applications that the new plans can improve include streaming video, SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition), and VoIP. All business satellite Internet plans feature higher MaxIR values and can help bridge the gap as a company transitions technology.
“For instance,” says Reed, “a company may not want to give up their cable or DSL line because they think they are getting the fastest speeds possible. Our new plans are blazing fast and deserve a hard look.”
Readers can compare service plans at http://www.skycasters.com/broadband-satellite-compare/compare.html.
Skycasters has been the industry leader in VSAT technology since 2001. The company delivers commercial broadband satellite Internet access, secure VPNs, mobile portable satellite Internet and corporate data services to customers around the world using three geostationary satellites for coverage virtually everywhere in the western hemisphere.
For more information, please visit the Skycasters website.