Satellite internet:

High-Speed Broadband Internet Satellite Access for Home, Business and CableNet

AMS broadband internet satellite service, provides a unique DVB single platform solution allowing clients to more effectively manage their high-speed connectivity requirements. Data and content travel to and from your field offices via satellite to our Hub facility, which has access to the Internet backbone. By utilizing a common Internet application, secure tunnels can create low cost Virtual Private Networks (VPN) between your remote locations and your corporate networks, thus providing complete end-to-end solutions for your business.

AMS provide DVB, SCPC and Linkstar Vsat services on variety of satellites.

System Solution:

Multimedia Applications over Broadband Internet.
The already substantial number of applications (residential as well as professional) available over the Internet is growing every day. The delivery of broadband services is driving the growth of the Internet today, and will become a crucial capability for all applications tomorrow. Integrated multi-media services will encompass multiple styles of simultaneous information exchange, delivering an immediate and immersive experience for the user. Examples of real-time media data delivery include:

Video telephony
Video telephony involves two users at separate locations and, optionally, a service provider. The user initiates and controls the conversation, and additional information may be exchanged. The application provides the user with a real time, bi-directional exchange of audio, video and other data.

Video conferencing
A videoconference involves two or more people at two or more geographically separated sites, and possibly a multi-point service provider. Video conferencing provides a real time bi-directional exchange of audio, video, and data information (corporate applications or documents) between multiple users.



In addition to live television and commercials, industry-specific applications such as press conferences, financial updates, corporate communications, and news broadcasts are becoming more and more common on the web. These can be broadcast to very wide audiences, or "narrow-cast" to very focused groups with secured access.

An ever-expanding set of information and entertainment streams, such as Internet radio and live concerts, are becoming available over the Internet.

Electronic commerce
A major driver for broadband service demand is expected to be e-commerce. Electronic commerce describes the increasing convergence between the capabilities of computers and networks and the information, which must be exchanged in order to implement on-line transactions and to facilitate the exchange of goods and services between suppliers and consumers. This information is becoming more and more rich, increasingly requiring the support of broadband infrastructures. In addition, extranet applications and communities of interest are emerging as corporations use electronic transactions as a means of streamlining their own operations and simplifying relationships with suppliers and customers.

Tele-commuting enables work to be done remotely from the place where the work would normally have been done. As new management paradigms take hold in developed markets and developing economies see the need to integrate geographically dispersed elements into national economies, this phenomenon is becoming increasingly popular. While development depends upon both economic and cultural factors, the overall trend is one of rapid growth for this area.

Distance or remote learning
Distance learning, sometimes also referred to as remote learning, aims at providing 'the virtual classroom'. As the need for life-long learning becomes more and more evident, this application is being extended from the traditional student environment to a much broader population of corporate and residential users. The application extends the scope of educational institutions, making classes available regardless of the whereabouts of the instructor or students, and makes more courses economically feasible (more students per instructor for less popular subjects). Like many applications in the service sector, it enables scarce expertise and knowledge to be distributed across a broad area.

Large and small corporations are particularly embracing this technology as a cost-effective way to retain and evolve their human resources.


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