Median Digital’s gateways, strategically located worldwide, are the primary link between our satellite network and the terrestrial internet. They operate in various frequency bands, including Q/V-Band and W-Band, to meet high-capacity demand. A key feature is the 2:1 redundancy, ensuring high reliability and availability. This redundancy minimizes service interruptions, providing our customers with consistent connectivity and giving us a competitive edge in the market.
Median Digital’s ground stations are a key component of our ground infrastructure, providing essential last-mile connectivity to users, even in the most remote locations. They form a crucial part of the network ensuring terrestrial backbone connectivity. The development and construction of these earth stations are set to commence in the latter half of 2023. They are part of an open platform for telco operators, functioning like a Software-Defined Network (SDN) for the satellite ground segment.
Our LEO satellite network boasts a swift connection to local terrestrial networks, offering the flexibility to serve as either a public or private Point of Presence (POP). When utilized as a Private POP, it can craft secure virtual data circuits that are immune to snooping and surveillance, ensuring user privacy through full end-to-end encryption. On the other hand, when functioning as a Public POP, it provides access to international backbone networks. This facilitates local access to global data by seamlessly interconnecting with the local terrestrial network.