ND SatCom selects Newtec TelliNet TCP/IP Acceleration Software to provide Internet enhancement to Bundeswehr (German Federal Armed Forces)

Newtec technology to allow enhanced Internet performance and security

St-Niklaas, (PresseBox) - Newtec, a world-leading innovator in the satellite and communications industry, today announced that its Tellitec® IP Software Product TelliNet has been selected by satellite broadband supplier ND SatCom to be integrated with the SkyARCS platform to provide fast and secure Intranet access via satellite to the Bundeswehr (German Federal Armed Forces).

ND SatCom Defence is the main supplier of military satcom solutions to the German Armed Forces. In 2006 ND SatCom was assigned a new project - as one of the main subcontractrors of the prime contractor MilSat Services - to implement the next phase of the German Armed Forces' satellite communications infrastructure. The project is called SATCOMBw Step 2 and comprises of the delivery of two military communication satellites, more than 500 fixed and transportable ground stations of various sizes as well as a bundle of communication services. Based on the subcontract, ND SatCom Defence will provide the complete ground segment, the telemetry, tracking and command (TT&C) network as well as network management for monitoring and controlling the overall system. The contract period stretches over several years and is formally split into a first phase (basic procurement) and an optional second phase (full operational capability).

TelliNet is an IP traffic acceleration software solution designed to address the drawbacks affecting TCP performance on high latency and high loss networks. TelliNet combines TCP and application acceleration techniques, with bandwidth efficiency mechanisms, comprehensive compression and encryption techniques. These multi-faced factors can be individually combined to provide the maximum bandwidth efficiency, acceleration and security to any application.

"We have developed a strategic relationship with Newtec over the years and have found its products to be both innovative and highly reliable", said Harald Reder, CEO of ND SatCom Defence. "For this particular project, Newtec's TelliNet software platform has been integrated into our SkyARCS product line, and it has already demonstrated significant improvement in the Internet experience of the users, through increased browsing speed and network security."

Christian Zanoth, Market Development Director IP Solutions of Newtec said: "TelliNet is a versatile product that uses very advanced technologies to enhance IP applications over satellite and increase bandwidth efficiency. We are very pleased that, as a result of our strategic partnership with ND SatCom and the fact that TelliNet is a superior acceleration software product, our technology has been selected for delivering improved network services to Bundeswehr."

Newtec Communications GmbH

Newtec is one of the market leaders in Satellite Communications, offering highly reliable products and solutions including DVB modulators, Digital TV & Radio Distribution networks, interactive TV networks and IP Broadband Access Networks to customers worldwide.

With its ambitious policy of re-investment in R&D, Newtec is recognized as a forerunner in several innovative satellite communication technologies, which have been published as industry standards (DVB, DVB-S2, DVB RCS and iSatTV Cenelec pr EN50478).

Established in 1985, and headquartered in Belgium, the company has regional offices located in Stamford (US), Singapore (Singapore), Beijing (China), Dubai(UAE), São Paulo (Brazil) and Johannesburg (South Africa).

More details are available at www.newtec.eu

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