iSAT Africa - Global Hybrid Networks

Hybrid Network explained

A network topology is the way in which hardware devices and cables are connected. A hybrid topology (sometimes called a mesh or mixed topology) connects network components by combining the features of two or more other topologies (such as star, bus, ring and token-ring). The resulting hybrid topology exhibits features of its comprising network components. Examples of hybrid topologies include the star-wired ring and star-wired bus.

iSAT Global Hybrid Network Solution

iSAT Africa chose the best of the technology in VSAT, Wireless and fibre and can integrate them across the various networks and provide the hybrid network solution across the Globe in a most cost effective way. iSAT has strategically placed various VSAT teleports across the globe, owns capacity at various submarines cables/IPLC's, and has access to offshore fibre and well as Wireless networks. Hence iSAT hybrid solution is easy and quick in implementation as well as cost effective.

Advantages of iSAT Global Hybrid Network

iSAT hybrid networks provide multiple pathways choosing and integrating various technologies for data transmission between network nodes. The failure does not affect network performance. In such an event, the iSAT hybrid network bypasses the affected node and shifts data to an alternate transmission route.

iSAT hybrid networks are versatile and can be adapted to a variety of network requirements and sizes.
iSAT hybrid network enhance productivity and deliver cost savings across the expanding network.