Present Communications ltd are pleased to announce another remarkable product to the hire stock, the Newsspotter service flyaway kit. This satellite system allows us to connect to the internet from any remote location in the UK, Europe, Middle East and North Africa. This is perfect where the airways might be congested such as large public events, festivals, regattas where mobile 3G and 4G reception can become poor and also in remote, outdoor spaces with no mobile signal at all. This Tooway satellite systems works anywhere with a line of sight to the Europasat satellite.
More and more, customers need their content streamed live to the web and broadcast around the world and limitations such as poor internet connectivity and unreliable mobile phone signals are no longer acceptable excuses. Using a large range of other products in our portfolio such as the PUNCH! and PresentAnywhere systems, Present Communications can truly present from anywhere; not only broadcasting to the web but also providing live, two way communications in the most remote of locations.
Of course, this isn’t just useful for providing internet at festivals, the Newsspotter uncontended satellite connection provides the ideal backup (or main connection) for those important links that just can’t go wrong. Used in conjunction with our Teradeck Bond II, the bandwidth provided by the satellite can be load balanced with other connection such as wifi, 3G, 4G, ethernet and more. Of course, internet connectivity is not just for streaming video (a particular favourite of ours). Event staff as well as paying customers require internet to do their jobs. They need it for PDQ machines, cloud based software and general communications.
And satellite is not as expensive as you might think. Typical bandwidth costs for a satellite are about a quarter of that charged by the mobile phone operators, making satellite connectivity a truly accessible technology. Good internet is not only a requirement in this connected age but also provides the potential for fantastic social media exposure.