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iDirect X7 announced, up to 100 Mbps

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Eric Johnston
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Oct 17th, 2012 at 9:56am  
New iDirect X7 announced, up to 100 Mbps

iDirect have announced a new X7 customer modem/router intended for use on high throughput satellites (HTS).

Quote from press release: 

"The Evolution X7 leverages dual DVB-S2 demodulators with fully independent RF chains. This makes it uniquely suited to support a robust suite of enterprise voice and data services while simultaneously receiving up to 12 shared, high-definition multicast channels over the same or a second transponder or satellite.

The X7 also features an embedded 8-port switch, which provides unrivaled flexibility for physically segregating multiple end user traffic groups based on VLAN tags when coupled with the iDirect platform’s best-in-class GQoS and NMS.

Additionally, the new remote comes with multiple embedded PSU configurations to power higher wattage BUCs."

Read more: http://www.idirect.net/Company/Press-Room/Press-Releases/2012/Release-498-iDirec...
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Reply #1 - Mar 18th, 2013 at 9:06pm  
Eric, do you know what software will support X7 and when it is going to be released?
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