KT SAT, Korea’s leading satellite communication operator, offering services to global customers and partners, has chosen DataMiner as the future-proof end-to-end multi-vendor management system to upgrade their teleport station operation. KT SAT made this strategic decision in order to support their transition towards new technologies while integrating their legacy infrastructure connected through multiple types of protocols – IP, serial, SNMP, API. The flexibility of the system also allowed them to fully customize the interface in Korean.
The most important reasons for KT SAT to opt for DataMiner were the innovative nature of the platform, featuring AI-enabled operation, combined with great flexibility. The flexibility to integrate different technologies into one system, but also the flexibility to have user interfaces fitted to their specific needs.
“We selected Skyline Communications as our strategic partner for our operation at Kumsan station. DataMiner is a reliable and versatile platform. We can fully customize the platform and visualize in real time all the parameters of our complete infrastructure,” said Mr. Lee Yoon Keun, Manager Satellite Service Operation Team at KT SAT. “The user interface is the same for all the incoming data, regardless of the protocol used. The alarm status overview is easy to use with actionable insights, and historical and predictive analytics. We can activate more capabilities in the platform and add personal touches to it. This is what we expect from a professional and proven NMS/OSS system like DataMiner.”
“This is the beginning of a long-term partnership that adds value and agility to KT SAT services. With DataMiner and with the support of Waldo System, System Integrator leader in Satellite Communication in Korea, KT SAT can face the coming challenges of satellite operators with serenity, especially the inevitable migration to ICT, with a system that can grow and evolve together with their own needs as an operation,” said Yohann Guilloux, Regional Account Manager at Skyline Communications.