The partnership makes Paradigm the first company to host its Newtec Dialog SMB3310 high-throughput modem board.
Satellite communications manufacturer Newtec has partnered with satellite communications solution provider Paradigm. This partnership makes Paradigm the first company to host its Newtec Dialog SMB3310 high-throughput modem board.
The two-way, high-throughput SMB3310 satellite modem board is now embedded into Paradigm?s Paradigm Interface Module (PIM) terminal controller, which provides a common terminal interface for fixed and quick deploy terminals operating on all major satellite networks.
Through the PIM, the Newtec SMB3310 can inter operates with on-the-pause and on-the-move satcom terminals for government, defense, broadcast and mobility markets. Reportedly, the PIM is known for being easy-to-use and working seamlessly with compliant antennas and has a long track record in integrating a range of terminals.
Talking about the partnership, Bart Baekelandt, Product Manager at Newtec said: ?The SMB3310-based PIM combines the efficiency and flexibility of the Newtec Dialog platform with the versatility and reliability of the PIM. The range of PIM-based terminals will allow Newtec Dialog users to roll-out a multitude of high-throughput fast-deploy applications on their Newtec Dialog platform, achieving the highest efficiency over satellite, wherever they may be.?
The integration of SMB3310 and the PIM gives customers access to the Newtec Dialog VSAT platform via Paradigm?s range of multiband terminals including the lightweight, rugged and ultra-portable SWARM, the HORNET flyaway terminal, the Communications on the Move (COTM) solution MANTA, and the cost-effective CONNECT100T tripod terminal.