Washington, DC (PRWEB) March 11, 2014
SCS Networks (SCS) provides the enabling terrestrial and backhaul links to carriers, integrators and end users in the satellite industry.
Leveraging its global MPLS network, with over 220 points-of-presence (POPs) connected through more than 30 teleports in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Europe and the Americas, SCS is able to provide long term and short term connectivity solutions to almost any satellite within days of order, and SLA and QoS monitoring to guarantee the five nines of reliability previously only available to the Tier1 carriers.
SCS’ rapid network deployment, resiliency and redundancy, global reach, and flexible contract terms allow satellite providers to provision terrestrial links from a single source while reducing cost, speeding delivery times and increasing margins, often all within 72hrs. SCS’ unique short term and flexible gateway contracts allow satellite operators to offload short term excess capacity between contracts, providing new revenue sources from current inventory.
SCS Networks will be exhibiting at the Satellite 2014 Conference in Washington DC from March 11th – March 13th 2014, at Booth 1113. GVF will also be exhibiting on Booth 1116.
Secure Communication Solutions Inc. (dba SCS Networks) is a privately held, satellite-centric provider of global terrestrial MPLS networks and end to end satellite communications networks. SCS Networks work with government and industry to provide best of breed networks, with particular focus on delivery in Africa and the Middle East. http://www.scsnetworks.com
Global VSAT Forum (GVF) has become the single and unified voice of the global satellite communications industry. It brings together organizations engaged in the delivery of advanced broadband and narrowband satellite services to consumers, and commercial and government enterprises worldwide. Headquartered in London, with a regional office in Washington DC and global affiliates, the GVF is an independent, non-partisan and non-profit organization with 200+ members from every major region of the world. http://www.gvf.org