SpaceBridge to demo C7700 at CABSAT

The C7700 is a cutting-edge broadband Internet satellite modem which operates with most COTS RF BUC/LNBs or transceivers.

SpaceBridge Inc will focus on the C7700 Desktop HTS broadband VSAT router at CABSAT. The C7700 is a broadband Internet satellite modem that boasts a robust feature set and performance capabilities, all within a compact desktop satellite modem appliance. It has been specifically optimised for next-generation High[1]Throughput-Satellite (HTS) systems, which offer high download and upload speeds, as well as TCP/IP and HTTP acceleration, user traffic compression, and QoS capabilities.

The C7700 has been designed for a variety of applications, including data-intensive operations, video streaming, and online gaming. The modem’s System on Chip (SoC) architecture, powered by Software Defined Radio (SDR), offers the flexibility for future waveform adaptation and customisation.

SpaceBridge has a significant customer base in the Middle East. It successfully delivered a high throughput satellite network to Space Communication Technologies (SCT), connecting almost 2000 locations through our infrastructure. This allowed Omani residents to access voice, data, and video via their computer or mobile device, facilitating the delivery of critical services such as education and healthcare.

In addition, it has entered into an agreement with Arabsat and Saudi Net Link Company (SNLC) for the delivery and commissioning of a Ku-band broadband VSAT network.

“Our team is excited to share updates on our product line and build upon our successful history in this region,” commented Javier Recio, Chief Commercial Officer at SpaceBridge.

“CABSAT holds immense significance for the region, being a premier event that facilitates critical industry updates. In light of the rapidly evolving industry landscape, the event offers an unparalleled opportunity for us to connect with our customers and gain valuable insights into their evolving requirements. This helps us to reinforce our relationships with them,” he added.