Stream's satellite connectivity services have been developed through close integration with partner satellite network operators, Iridium and Inmarsat.
The combination of Stream’s ultra-resilient backhaul infrastructure, the award-winning IoT-X connectivity management platform and Iridium and Inmarsat’s global satellite coverage, delivers a unique value offering to customers. Together with Iridium and Inmarsat, Stream can enable low-cost IoT networking across the globe.
Stream's ultra-reliable, global satellite connectivity services are ideal for customers who are transmitting business critical data from remote locations.
Inmarsat BGAN (Broadband Global Area Network) M2M is a connectivity service that is ideally suited for connecting monitoring and control applications to unmanned devices in remote locations.
Optimised for low-bandwidth, low-throughput communications, it is an extremely reliable, global IP based service that operates at a low data rate.
Inmarsat IsatData Pro is a low data rate, two-way satellite communications service that is designed to connect people with equipment and enterprise applications in real time, anywhere in the world. IsatData Pro utilises burst-mode communication, which can be used to temporarily boost data transmission rates and store-and-forward messaging to enhance reliability and ensure that critical data reaches its destination.
IsatData Pro is the ideal service to support asset tracking and telemetry applications.
Iridium RUDICS (Router-Based Unrestricted Digital Internetworking Connectivity Solutions) is a data service which operates over the Iridium satellite network.
RUDICS allows customers to establish a low bit rate IP connection with their devices. This service allows customers to transmit data to and receive data from their devices via a CSD (Circuit Switched Data) channel.
Iridium SBD (Short Burst Data) is a simple and efficient service which enables short data messages to be transmitted between IoT devices and a host computer system via the satellite network. Iridium SBD combines low-latency transmission rates and global coverage, making it an ideal solution for customers who need to communicate with IoT applications in remote locations, where cellular connectivity may not be available.