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Smart Satellites Twoobii Offer Stable Connectivity Despite Weather

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TechInAfrica – In heavy weather such as storm that could potentially disrupt the signal exchange, smart satellite such as Twoobii-on-Flex service is said to reduce the disruption.

 “Rain is naturally a factor in our calculations,” explained Dawie de Wet, CEO of Q-KON, the satellite engineering enterprise of Twoobii.

“However, we have invested in advanced technology to mitigate the impact of rainfall, and our emphasis on providing reliable business satellite internet connectivity means that we are well-placed to help our customers stay online, even during very heavy downpours of the kind we experience here in Africa.”

It cast away what’s deemed an issue in a satellite, which is the latency factor, with its use of Geostationary Earth Orbit (GEO) satellites (transmission speed of 550msec) and LEO satellites (transmission speed of 8-25msec).

“We welcome the buzz surrounding new international entrants into the market, and we are confident it will translate into an increased desire among businesses to look closer to home for fast, reliable satellite broadband – especially now that we have addressed legacy latency issues.”


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