The MDM5010 Satellite Modem is a high throughput modem supporting a wide range of fixed IP services, including enterprise, cellular backhaul and maritime connectivity as well as multicasting. In one modem, MDM5010 delivers three distinct forward-return combinations of VSAT and SCPC modes for high to very-high data rate applications. On Dialog release 2.5.1, the modem reaches 300 Mbps throughput in Mx-DMA MRC mode resulting in unprecedented performance.
The MDM5010 is a one-of-a-kind combination of speed and capabilities that increases Quality of Experience for the user while it decreases total cost of ownership for the service provider. The high-speed capabilities and high efficiency make it the perfect fit for even the most demanding traffic profiles and SLAs such as bandwidth-intensive applications across enterprise, backhauling, offshore and maritime markets.
In a single modem, MDM5010 offers three operational modes and aggregate performance profiles, reset by a simple reboot:
1.1 Gbps DVB-S2X forward and award-winning Mx-DMA return
Mx-DMA is our patented and award-winning, flexible and dynamic waveform which enables service providers with the ultimate service agility to support the very largest networks and a full spectrum of use cases by sharing satellite capacity more efficiently over a group of satellite terminals.
1.2 Gbps DVB-S2X forward and SCPC return
Offload very high rate steady-state traffic in the from DVB-S2X/Mx-DMA to DVB-S2X/SCPC mode for video-rate return links. This mode is perfect for those use cases where there are instances very high bandwidth required.
1.6 Gbps SCPC point-to-point
For very high data rate use cases, MDM5010s can be used in a point-to-point mode, which does not require a Dialog platform. For additional flexibility, service providers may also move several discrete SCPC links to a common Dialog shared outbound link to allow overbooking and statistical multiplexing gains. Alternatively, the MDM5010 used on a Dialog platform can be switched to higher data rates simply by moving the modem from a shared outbound to dedicated SCPC point-to-point mode.