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Internet for Email, WWW, UseNet Switched Network for Telephony Frame-Relay and Private Lines for Corporate Cable Networks for Television MULTIPLE NETWORKS & PROVIDERS One Ubiquitous IP Network : One Ubiquitous IP Network Internet traffic is IP Based Corporate traffic is IP Based Telephone traffic is IP Based Teleconferencing is IP Based ONE PROVIDER FOR ALL IP SERVICES The “IP SERVICE PROVIDER” : The “IP SERVICE PROVIDER” WWW / Email / UseNet Intranet Services IP Telephony Services Last Mile Connectivity Provider Web Development / Integration / Hosting QoS – Quality of Service : QoS – Quality of Service Committed Bandwidth from End-to-End Not possible through existing networks Internet Access Services : Internet Access Services Need high quality connections Connectivity to both local and international Internet network is increasingly important QoS enables ‘CIR Based’ Pricing Intranet Services : Intranet Services Connection between corporate facilities using IP Protocol and Private/Public Internet Many companies in developing areas need high quality connections to Corporate HQ ISP can provide both Internet and Intranet services simultaneously to same customer Example is MCI/WorldCom – ON-NET NEED QoS to US NETWORKS IP Telephony & Internet Telephony : IP Telephony & Internet Telephony IP Telephony IP Protocol Closed Network (Controlled Environment) QoS POSSIBLE ! Internet Telephony IP Protocol Open Network (Uncontrolled Environment) QoS IMPOSSIBLE! Types of IP Telephony Services Today : Types of IP Telephony Services Today Case 1: Computer User – YESTERDAY Computer -> IP Network -> IP Gateway -> Phone Case 2: Telephone User – TODAY Phone -> IP Gateway -> IP Network -> IP Gateway -> Phone Case 3: Corporate Bypass – TODAY PBX -> Private Gateway -> IP Network -> Private Gateway -> PBX Case 4: IP Telephone User – VERY SOON !!! IP Telephone -> IP Network -> IP Gateway -> Phone How it works: Computer to Phone : How it works: Computer to Phone Microphone and Speaker on computer End-User dials ISP through modem Software connects to International gateway With connection to local telephone network Entire process can be transparent to ISP! IP Provider’s Role: QoS & Partnership Ops. Legal in many countries and undetectable! How it works: Phone to Phone (1) : How it works: Phone to Phone (1) User dials local IP gateway with telephone Local gateway connects to International gateway with local telephone network IP Provider’s Role: QoS to gateway owner or direct owner of gateway Illegal in many Europe & Asian & African Countries How it works: Phone to Phone (2) : How it works: Phone to Phone (2) Intl. Originated call turned into IP Traffic US gateway connects to African Gateway African gateway connects to local telephone network and call is placed IP Provider’s Role: QoS to gateway owner or direct owner of gateway Legal in many Europe & Asian & African Countries How it works: Corporate Bypass : How it works: Corporate Bypass PBX at corporate facilities tied directly to private IP Gateway Gateway outputs IP packets Connected through local IP Provider to Gateway at Corporate HQ IP Provider’s Role: QoS and Design Legal in Europe – Questionable in Asia & Africa How it works: IP Phone to Phone : How it works: IP Phone to Phone New phones connect via Ethernet instead of through analogue twisted pairs IP Phone directly converts to IP Packets IP Phone connects to Intl. Gateway Local call made into telephone network IP Provider’s Role: QoS and Design Legal: ??????? Last Mile Services : Last Mile Services Wireless Solutions Point-to-Point or Broadcast available Enables quick deployment No dependence on local infrastructure 10 Mbps direct IP Connection Lower cost than terrestrial alternatives Easy upgrade path for growing customers Web Hosting Services : Web Hosting Services Many ISP’s provide basic web development services and hosting at their facilities Asian Companies need web-based integration of databases and processes Asian companies promoting their services need their pages to be accessible to the world Global Data Hosting facilities now available NetSat Express – Bridging the Gap : NetSat Express – Bridging the Gap Satellite-IP Connection to US Direct connection to the Internet Direct connection to US Intranets Wireless Equipment IP Telephony Equipment Web-Hosting Facilities 24 X 7 Complete NOC Facilities NetSat Express : NetSat Express Leading Satellite based IP Provider Over 3 Years of Focus on IP over Satellite Complete Turn-Key Solution Provider Earth Station, Internet, & Teleport Services Installations in Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Central & South America Services on Orion, New Skies, Intelsat, Satmex & Lockheed-Martin Advantages of IP by Satellite : Advantages of IP by Satellite Low Cost of Entry No terrestrial infrastructure required Rapid Deployment Can be operational within 90 days Distance Insensitive Cost based on satellite coverage, not mileage Direct Connection to Internet Backbone ‘One-Hop’ independent of terrestrial network NetSat Express: ACCESS PLUS : NetSat Express: ACCESS PLUS Direct satellite connection to NetSat NOC 2 X 155 Mbps connections to US Networks 2 X 45 Mbps connection to US Internet Bandwidths from 64 Kbps -> 45 Mbps Complete Network Solutions Satellite Terminal, Internet Access, Satellite Space Segment, & Teleport Services Access Plus: Product Offerings : Access Plus: Product Offerings Access Plus: CONNECTDedicated High Bandwidth LinkSymmetric & Asymmetric Configuration Access Plus : RO (Receive-Only)Satellite Downlink only with bursting capabilities for extra high download times QoS Capabilities : QoS Capabilities Establishes specific traffic classes for different customers and customer segments Bandwidth Allocation based on IP no. Each traffic queue is permitted to borrow from total bandwidth Traffic class created can be multi-tiered for certain applications Wireless Solution: AB Access : Wireless Solution: AB Access Wireless solution example: AB Access 150 Mbps possible through hub 3 to 5 Km radius from network hub Completely IP Based $350 per month per site for 1 Mbps pipe for 25 sites $250 per month per site for 1 Mbps pipe for 100 site Price based on 12 year full-payback of hub station! IP Telephony Services : IP Telephony Services COMING SOON !!! Looking for input on what our partners need NSX will support all discussed platforms Developing partnership with Equip provider Developing relationships with service providers NetSat Express Advantages : NetSat Express Advantages Partnership leading supplier of Satellite Equip. High bandwidth connections to US Internets High bandwidth connections to US Intranets Voice & Wireless Hardware Solutions Globix Partnership for WWW Hosting Local partners for in-country support Primary focus on IP over Satellite Highly aggressive and cost competitive You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.