Re: Seeking Connectivity in IRAQ

From: Alexander Harrowell (no email)
Date: Thu Mar 19 2009 - 04:40:42 EDT

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    NewSkies' NSS703 is apparently intended to cover Turkey and Iraq especially
    well; and probably many others resell the service, or you can
    buy it directly (

    Perhaps you could say what kind of connectivity you need? As various people
    have pointed out, there are several GSM/UMTS operators, but this isn't a
    solution for a whole network there.

    On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 4:18 AM, Lamar Owen <> wrote:

    > On Wednesday 18 March 2009 22:27:25 Tim McKee wrote:
    > > does enterprise grade satellite service.
    > >
    > > Tim mckee
    > As a side job, I'm a consultant for a radio station in NC with a mobile SDN
    > system; works great, very reliable, tolerable latency; a must, since this
    > station, due to the terrain in the Appalachians, cannot easily use standard
    > RPU's for many live remotes, and thus is using SDN satellite IP to carry
    > audio
    > and video streams from the site of the remote.
    > Setup at the time this system was installed as a certified installer only
    > thing; but the guy that did ours did it good. SDN has a good reputation
    > from
    > what I can find, too.
    > Shades of SunBelt, Tim!

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