one stop solution to all connectivity problems
GulfsatNet is the delivery of business grade internet services via our Teleport facilities located in Europe. This internet backbone connectivity and delivery medium (via Satellite) is independent of any local terrestrial networks, on which traffic congestion or outages (such as fiber cuts) can occur.We propose a 2-step redundancy solution to any customer who relies on a robust network infrastructure. GulfsatNet can cater to three different categories of redundancy for the customer:
Satellite Internet Solution
In this redundancy model, a 2-way communicating VSAT Antenna is installed at the customer premises, and the internet is delivered directly via Satellite from the Gulfsat International Teleport located in Europe.
Wireless Internet Solution
In this redundancy model, a RF antenna is installed at the customer premises. The RF antenna communicates via microwave signal to the Network Operations Center (NOC) located in Kuwait, which in turn is connected via Satellite to the Gulfsat International Teleport.
Last mile-Fiber Internet Solution
In this redundancy model, the customer uses their existing fiber connectivity to connect to the NOC located in Kuwait. From the NOC, there is a connectivity via Satellite to the Gulfsat International Teleport.
As part of the redundancy solutions, customer is also given the option to increase their bandwidth utilization for any immediate requirement through the Bandwidth on Demand (BOD) option.
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Our Global Network
Gulfsat’s global fiber and satellite infrastructure enables us to deliver any Data/Video/Audio content with superior quality over point-to-point connectivity.
Domestic Network infrastructure
Gulfsat has peered with all ISPs through the fiber ring in Kuwait utilizing the state-of-the-art Gigabit Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) covering the entire State of Kuwait and utilizing 10 Gigabit Ethernet bandwidth that is well positioned to migrate to future speeds of 40 Gigabit Ethernet and 100 Gigabit Ethernet.
Gulfsat teleports are connected via two fully redundant STM-1 fiber links to multiple tier-one Internet backbone providers in the US, UK and Gulf.