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Satellite Communications

Reaching the ‘unreachable

Here at Wireless Nation, we’re specialists in reaching the most remote corners of New Zealand. 

Our satellite internet uses an advanced two-way connection to provide internet and voice, and offer a safety net for the most challenging of locations across New Zealand.

The benefits of satellite communications

 

  • Reliable. Unlike a terrestrial WiFi connection, satellite internet doesn’t fail due to natural events or roadworks. As long as there is access to power, you have access to communication, and your business is safeguarded from revenue loss, low productivity or reputation damage.
  • Coverage. You only need a power supply and a clear view of the sky to setup a connection. Depending on solution, you can have near global coverage. 
  • Resilient. As an extremely robust level of connectivity, satellite communication networks are designed to last in harsh conditions.

A stable and dependable backup connection

Satellite delivers a robust and stable internet and voice option for your business – particularly valuable for emergency services, or industries where reliable communication is a must. 

Due to the nature of satellite communication, you’re protected from the day-to-day disruptions to terrestrial telecommunications and outages due to roadworks or natural disasters, allowing you to stay up and running at all times.  

How does does it work? If your primary link (main internet connection) goes down, it will automatically route all traffic over the backup connection (Satellite network) until service is restored on the primary network. 

Emergency and disaster recovery

The key advantage of satellite connectivity is the ease of communication during emergencies or disasters. 

Whether this be a large-scale disaster or an injured person in a remote mountain; us Kiwis are known for exploring the wild, so having this safety-net is highly valuable.

 

  • A backup for disasters: In the case of an earthquake, violent storm or intense wildfire, satellite communication is quick to deploy and allows ease of connectivity when other lines are congested.
  • Reliable in emergencies: Satellite internet and satellite phones provide a secure option for search and rescue parties and emergency services such as rescue helicopters.

Connecting remote industries

Along with emergency industries, our satellite communications connect a range of other remote industries and sites. 

We provide internet and phone connectivity for industries such as forestry, mining and quarries – which allows efficient communication to send reports, monitor progress and most importantly; welfare. 

We are proud to offer a cutting-edge service that keeps these industries, businesses and individuals safe and connected across the country.

Reaching the ‘unreachable

Here at Wireless Nation, we’re specialists in reaching the most remote corners of New Zealand. 

Our satellite internet uses an advanced two-way connection to provide internet and voice, and offer a safety net for the most challenging of locations across New Zealand.

The benefits of satellite communications

 

  • Reliable. Unlike a terrestrial WiFi connection, satellite internet doesn’t fail due to man-made or natural events or roadworks. As long as there is access to power, you have access to communication, and your business is safeguarded from revenue loss, low productivity or reputation damage.
  • Coverage. You only need a power supply and a clear view of the sky to setup a connection. Depending on solution, you can have near global coverage. 
  • Resilient. As an extremely robust level of connectivity, satellite communication networks are designed to last in harsh conditions.

A stable and dependable backup connection

Satellite delivers a robust and stable internet and voice option for your business – particularly valuable for emergency services, or industries where reliable communication is a must. 

Due to the nature of satellite communication, you’re protected from the day-to-day disruptions to terrestrial telecommunications and outages due to roadworks or natural disasters, allowing you to stay up and running at all times.  

How does does it work? If your primary link (main internet connection) goes down, it will automatically route all traffic over the backup connection (Satellite network) until service is restored on the primary network. 

Emergency and disaster recovery

The key advantage of satellite connectivity is the ease of communication during emergencies or disasters. 

Whether this be a large-scale disaster or an injured person in a remote mountain; us Kiwis are known for exploring the wild, so having this safety-net is highly valuable.

 

  • A backup for disasters: In the case of an earthquake, violent storm or intense wildfire, satellite communication is quick to deploy and allows ease of connectivity when other lines are congested.
  • Reliable in emergencies: Satellite internet and satellite phones provide a secure option for search and rescue parties and emergency services such as rescue helicopters.

Connecting remote industries

Along with emergency industries, our satellite communications connect a range of other remote industries and sites. 

We provide internet and phone connectivity for industries such as forestry, mining and quarries – which allows efficient communication to send reports, monitor progress and most importantly; welfare. 

We are proud to offer a cutting-edge service that keeps these industries, businesses and individuals safe and connected across the country.

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