Comtech launches dynamic cloud platform for satellite services
Comtech Telecommunications (NASDAQ: CMTL), a provider of terrestrial and wireless network solutions, has announced the availability of its Dynamic Cloud Platform (DCP) for both commercial and government satellite service providers in U.S. and international markets. The DCP aims to streamline traditionally disparate satellite systems and ground station infrastructures, offering a fresh avenue for the deployment of cloud-based applications, waveforms, and services.
DCP: A One-Stop Solution for Seamless Integration
Designed to be infrastructure, cloud, and application agnostic, Comtech’s DCP provides satellite customers with the flexibility to easily orchestrate, integrate, and manage a broad range of applications and waveforms across diverse cloud environments, including private, public, and hybrid clouds. This breakthrough offering is set to revolutionize how satellite systems interface with modern cloud-based solutions.
Comtech Expands 5G Expertise to Satellite Markets
“With extensive experience in integrating a variety of 5G technologies via Comtech’s DCP for terrestrial and wireless customers, including tier-1 mobile network operators, we are now extending our DCP into the satellite and space market,” said Ken Peterman, President and CEO of Comtech Telecommunications. This move by Comtech opens new doors for commercial and government entities to integrate network-agnostic waveforms and applications, heralding a new era of ubiquitous, smart-enabled connectivity.
Trials and Professional Services to Assist Satellite Customers
Comtech is currently conducting trials and initial testing to enable deployment of multiple satellite-based waveforms across varied cloud-based infrastructures. A unique satellite-based software development kit is also part of the DCP launch, facilitating the integration of virtualized ground stations and other applications across cloud networks. In addition, Comtech is offering professional services to help satellite service providers integrate new applications on its DCP platform.