Comtech Telecommunications announces partnership with Kymeta

Comtech Telecommunications Corp., a leading worldwide provider of next-gen secure wireless communications and 911 emergency systems technologies, and Kymeta Corp. have reportedly announced a business and technology development collaboration.

Owing to this, Kymeta has been able to expand its service offerings through network compatibility with the UHP-200 Universal Satellite Router of Comtech and the Kymeta™ u8 terminal. Comtech has also widened the distribution of its recently obtained UHP product line and enhanced its ability to provide integrated VSAT solutions to its consumers.

The certified UHP platform of Comtech will allow existing and new DoD (Department of Defense) and commercial consumers to operate the advanced Kymeta u8 for seamless and cost-effective communication solutions via its VSAT router tech. Kymeta will commence providing services based on UHP in North America.

The UHP-200 is a high-speed VSAT router with an aggregate throughput of around 450 Mbps and a powerful real-time operating system based on UHP. Its low power consumption, small size, and low active electronic component count assure the highest reliability with more than 200,000 hours average time between failures.

The disruptive TDMA technology of UHP can provide a 20% efficiency benefit over other TDMA solutions. When coupled with the next-gen solutions of Kymeta, commercial users and government will have access to effective operating abilities on the UHP network using Kymeta u8.

Kymeta tech is distinctively positioned to cater to the demand for mobile broadband, offering internet access via satellite or hybrid satellite-cellular networks based on user definition to allow connectivity while moving and on the pause.

When combined with offerings of Kymeta connectivity and Kymeta Connect™, the back-end support service suite, consumers have distinct access to a product and experience that no other satellite antenna firm offers today.

Bill Marks, the Chief Development Officer and Executive Vice President of Kymeta, supposedly stated that the company continues to move, adapt, and grow in the industry and is delighted to strengthen the partnerships and continue its diversification.

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