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Upgrading from iDirect to DVB-S2

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Sep 4th, 2009 at 1:28am  
As I'm looking to switch providers with my existing IDirect 3100-NB Ku-band equipment, I'm hearing that DVB-S2 will give me a large improvement for Soho use.  I'm looking at upgrading to a Hughes HX-50 IDU.

Can anyone in a similar situation give me feedback about their experience?
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« Last Edit: Sep 6th, 2009 at 8:58pm by Admin1 »  
 
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Reply #1 - Sep 6th, 2009 at 11:21am  
scottpeterd

We can offer you service on  HX50 Hughes  DVB-S2  in Uganda.  Its working so well, our existing customers  are all happy.

Please talk to Teleportafrica.

Susan  Wairimu
internet@teleportafrica.com
Teleport Africa ltd
Tel: +254 20 8007010
Mobile: +254 722 693736
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« Last Edit: Sep 6th, 2009 at 10:55pm by Admin1 »  
 
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Reply #2 - Sep 10th, 2009 at 8:57am  
The technology your service provider uses to provide the service with is hardly relevant. They all charge the same dollars for the IP bandwidth delivered. It's only the oversubscription and the quality of their backhaul to the internet that will change. Some may add value adds that you could benefit form or that they will charge you for. I would suggest you look for a good service provider before you select a technology platform. Not saying that there is anything wrong with your current one, but if you are looking you must be unhappy?
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