Disaster Recovery Communications




Virtually every company depends on Internet connectivity to conduct its normal operations. But only few businesses consider the risks of only having a single landline-based Internet service provider (ISP).


Unfortunately, many businesses have learned about these risks the hard way. Simple water main repairs or routine road construction may have accidentally damaged or disconnected a landline. An infrastructure failure or natural disaster may have caused an unforeseen interruption in service. In any case, these businesses experienced a drop in productivity—immediately.

Even a few minutes of lost time during peak hours can sometimes translate into hundreds of thousands of dollars of lost business and productivity.It’s not enough to have just one Internet connection—you need a backup. And you need a backup that’s completely independant of the landline infrastructure, and not vulnerable to the same risks.

That’s where back-up satellite Internet solutions scores over traditional terrestrial Internet. The satellite Business Continuity solution helps businesses stay running at all times. Business Continuity is redundant Internet access that gives businesses the ability to automatically switch traffic among multiple Internet connections. When the primary link goes down, the satellite link takes over. Meanwhile, QoS prioritization guarantees bandwidth to the most important applications.