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UK satellite broadband company Tariam has launched a new high speed satellite service targeted at SME customers, which resolves the existing problems associated with secure VPN over satellite broadband.

The system, which is available now anywhere in the UK or France, runs on the lower latency DVB-RCS satellite standard originally developed for TV broadcasting. The new package can also be used to provide fast broadband connectivity in remote locations.

Tariam’s Communications Director, Ben Cannon, announced it was another step of many the company would take this year to further their campaign to provide the bandwidth and connectivity services needed by companies in non-ADSL areas.

“There are a number of satellite based solutions to remote VPN in the market but they mostly rely on customers buying a satellite installation for both ends of a connection. These links run on the satellite company’s own software which can be inflexible and expensive.

“At Tariam we have developed our solutions to use our satellite broadband installations where no ADSL is available. The twist is you don’t need our systems at both ends. Our technology is compatible with many proprietary VPN software solutions, meaning our customers don’t have to make big changes to their set-up to bring remote locations into their VPN.

“This will mean getting connected will be cheaper, and the installations will be quick and more straightforward. New satellite VPN users are also freer to decide which VPN software to opt for.

I’ve heard people say that VPN over satellite doesn’t work. We can now state that quite categorically it does.”

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