Forsway showcases Forsway xTend

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Forsway, a provider of innovative solutions and hardware for tapping satellite and existing terrestrial technologies to enable cost-efficient broadband, has announced its features this year at ConnecTech Asia-CommunicAsia 2019. For the first time in Asia, Forsway will showcase its Forsway Xtend complete ecosystem for operators and service providers to enable hybrid satellite broadband connectivity in hard-to-reach markets. In addition, the technology provider is featuring a new whitepaper on Cloud-Native infrastructure for satellite industry.

Forsway will co-exhibit with partner Developing Infrastructure at ConnecTech Asia 2019.

Tobias Forsell, CEO, Forsway, commented: “We believe that embracing cloud services in the satellite industry will drive future growth in a somewhat stagnant arena in comparison to innovation coming from the tech industry in the last decade. We will be discussing the whitepaper principles with visitors in Singapore next week. At ConnecTech Asia, we will highlight how our complete Forsway Xtend offering eliminates the challenges of satellite operators, DTH providers, mobile network operators and telcos who strive to offer broadband in areas where connectivity is an issue – enabling connectivity at a highly affordable price.”

  • Forsway Xtend is a complete ecosystem that combines satellite with terrestrial networks enabling service providers to tap unused bandwidth. Operators can rapidly deliver cost-efficient broadband internet services to regions lacking reliable access, suffering from underperforming mobile data and ADSL services.
  • On-site solutions and demonstrations at ConnecTech Asia will also showcase Forsway’s Xtend Hub including the robust Mimir Gateway operator terminal, and the high performance Odin F-50 hybrid satellite router, Forsway’s customer premises equipment.

Forsway enables satellite partners to offer managed services that can be locally re-sold to households, SME’s, government offices, health clinics, schools and NGO’s – including end-consumers in remote areas.


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