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|OptiStreams was founded over 6 years ago by husband and wife
team, Jon and Alison Haugan. The company started in the spare bedroom of the
founders’ home, where they focused on connecting rural schools to the
Internet in areas where cable and ADSL were not available. The company has
grown to 20 staff and provides services to government/homeland security,
enterprise, small and medium businesses and mobile/transportable.
Services include high speed Internet access, VPN, Voice-Over-IP, SCADA
networks, private networks, and back up/redundant connections for emergency
OptiStreams believes not just in in bringing connectivity and communications to its customers, but economic development, freedom and democracy, no matter the location. I like that attitude. Their primary coverage area is the United States but they also have access to beams on other satellites covering Mexico, (Satmex) South America (Amazonas 1), Africa (NSS-7), Europe (T12) and the Far East (NSS5)
|Aetheron is Optistreams’ new flagship satellite service that
provides the cost-effective and reliable broadband business-class IP
solution over satellite. This highly advanced Enterprise class solution
integrates all the hardware and software needed to deliver bi-directional
broadband connectivity easily and efficiently, while enabling the highest
data rates available in the industry today. It has all the features and
configuration capabilities to be used in both a high bandwidth and low
bandwidth applications. In either type of network, all the features of
traffic engineering, security, protocol optimisation, and high-efficiency
are not compromised.
The United States Department of Health and Human Services used Optistreams’ Aetheron satellite solution as an integral part of its overall strategy to successfully complete its Health Preparedness mission during the recent Democratic National Convention. IP telephones, laptops and video teleconference were provided at a remote site.
Easy config. of DIRECWAY 4000 for smaller office networks
|OptiStreams have come up with a new satellite access gateway
with the Broadband Embedded Technology Interface™ (BETI™). It is
a fully customized satellite gateway using Microsoft's new Embedded XP
platform. The BETI™ satellite gateway was designed in response to the need
for an easy to use and manage, multi-user satellite solution for smaller
Off the shelf or complicated software solutions simply increase the likelihood for conflicts or frustration for users who wish to network 2, 5 or 10 users to their satellite signal. Furthermore, not everyone enjoys "PC based" solutions as found with many offerings. BETI™ makes the whole process easier with its simple, automated install wizard and streamlined features.
The BETI™ satellite gateway is compatible with both consumer and business edition DIRECWAY 4000 series. It is self-installable and has a user-friendly interface. Wireless versions are also available.
US Govt. Service interest
|OptiStreams offer comprehensive satellite-based
communications solutions that facilitate secure broadband communications for
both routine and mission-critical applications, including transponder
capacity, AETHERON, iDirect, DIRECWAY®, Mobile VSAT, up/down link and
network operation and engineering support services
OptiStreams® has been awarded a GSA schedule from the federal government’s General Services Administration which now allows federal agencies to efficiently purchase select capacity and uplink/down link services. The schedule also includes expert support related to OptiStreams’ network of satellites, as well as the necessary engineering and consulting services such as network development and project implementation.
Potential customers include: U.S. Department of Defence, U.S. Army, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, FEMA, the State of Arizona and other civilian and defence-related agencies.
OptiStreams contact details:
OptiStreams HQ, Fresno, CA 93711 Phone: (559) 440-1334 Toll-Free: (866) 438-6784
Sales Email: email@example.com
Some of the text and graphics on this page has been provided by OptiStreams and is used here with their kind permission
► Page created: 4 March 2005, last amended: 28 April Eric Johnston