VSAT (Very Small Aperture Terminal) is a satellite technology that enables real-time broadband communications in areas where traditional terrestrial infrastructure is either unavailable or unreliable. It provides remote users with voice, data and fax capabilities similar to communications available at the corporate office. Users can make telephone calls, access the Internet and leverage applications to successfully run operations even if they are operating in isolated or harsh environments. Satellite networks are comprised of satellites, hubs and remote site equipment.
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