Wednesday, July 15, 2009

iWay Africa introduces HX200 modem

As part of its commitment to customers in the country, iWay Africa Nigeria Ltd has introduced the new HX modem into the market.

According to the firm’s Marketing Manager, Mrs. Muyiwa Esomojumi, the HX200 modem is a high performance satellite router designed to provide carrier-grade Internet Protocol (IP) services using dynamically assigned high bandwidth satellite IP connectivity.

She said customers on its iWay platform with remote sites operating on a less stringent bandwidth requirements or service level agreements could be configured for best effort service, thereby allowing iWayAfrica Nigeria Ltd (INL) to develop a service tailored to their customers’ specific requirements.

She also said the HX system bandwidth allocation scheme uses Aloha channels for initial assignment which results in very efficient use of space segment.

“This frees up unused bandwidth and allows us to make more efficient use of our space segment resources. After successful tests, the HX service is now available to all the customers on the West Africa National Operating Centre (WA NOC),” she declared.

ITRealms Online recalls that recently iWay Internet Gateway (RiIG) was launched into the market, which offers a number of software modules precisely servers, serving different purposes bundled together in an operating system to form one gateway.

Each of the modules, Mrs. Esomojumi said, have been carefully researched and implemented to serve a different purpose, stressing that RiIG has content management feature that gives users more flexibility and freedom in managing and controlling their volume usage locally.

“It also allows the subscriber to remove unwanted content and increase privacy on their network,” she said.

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