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Ideal vehicle for government initiatives Broadband via satellite Broadband via satellite –– Bridging the “Digital Divide”Bridging the “Digital Divide” Template 5 - 7 Broadband Service BroadbandBroadband ServiceService Intelsat Service Provider Intelsat Synergistic Business ModelIntelsat Synergistic Business Model ● Space segment ● Hub investment ● Gateway operations ● Network management ● CPT arrangement ● Support ● Licenses ● Marketing and Sales ● Retail service ● Billing and collection ● Customer care Reduces Service Provider capex and opex Reduces time to market Ensures local service Template 5 - 8 Matching Market NeedsMatching Market Needs Solution - Access anywhere - Last mile - Always on - Direct access - Turnkey deployment - 2 way terminals - Fully interactive - DSL-like - Resource economics User Needs - Access availability - Complete solution - Dependable - Flexible - Scaleable - Application support - Multi-router avoidance - One stop service - Affordable Direct satellite Internet access… reliable and responsiveDirect satellite Internet access… reliable and responsive Template 5 - 9 ApplicationsApplications Examples: ! (...) Previous Solution: Dial-up and Internet Café Speed 28-56 Kbps Modem Internet PC Primary Issues: - Inadequate speed for rich graphics content - Insufficient availability for portal monitoring - Poor reliability to ensure customer service - High costs for cable alternative Case Study: Colombia Template 5 - 13 Bogota, Colombia The Intelsat Broadband Via Satellite Solution Testimonial: “Ladiprint has increased productivity by having the ability to monitor the portal 24/7, upload and download files, as well as delegate critical roles and responsibilities to Conexsat” Camilo Sepulveda (General Systems Administrator) Results: Ladiprint now has a reliable, complete service solution operating at approximately 128 Kpbs: Always onAlways on FlexibleFlexible Scaleable Scaleable OneOne--stopstop Always on enables Ladiprint to monitor its portal continuously and serve its customers better Large pipe/high speed access enables Ladiprint to download reports faster improving productivity Conexsat increases Ladiprints revenues with its value- added service offerings Template 5 - 14 Another Testimonial for Broadband Via Satellite “In only four hours Conexsat had our Internet up and running for our first site. (...) Facilitate affordable access - Standards (e.g., DOCSIS, wireless) - Internet-integrated services ! Educate and train Governments on utility of broadband - Universal service obligations - Rural/remote area Internet/Communications - E-government initiatives - E-commerce regulation and promotion - Promote catalytic initiatives, e.g., !
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Page 864 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 864 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology P. 864 6 Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things Application support models of the Internet of Things Summary Recommendation ITU-T Y.4552/Y.2078 provides application support models of the Internet of things (IoT). (...) This Recommendation describes the IoT reliable capabilities that extend the IoT basic capabilities specified in Recommendation ITU-T Y.4401/Y.2068 in order to support the IoT applications by the IoT capabilities with required degrees of reliability for fulfilling their characteristic requirements. (...) History * Edition Recommendation Approval Study Group Unique ID 1.0 ITU-T Y.4552/Y.2078 2016-02-13 13 11.1002/1000/12707 Keywords Adaptable capability, application support model, configurable capability, deployment view, functional view, implementation view, Internet of things (IoT), reliable capability, requirements. * To access the Recommendation, type the URL http://handle.itu.int/ in the address field of your web browser, followed by the Recommendation's unique ID.
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A4AI – ITU Hub A4AI – ITU Hub ITU News, Publications and Membership Reliable Internet unavailable for world’s poorest by Dann Okoth, Editor, SciDev.Net A decent internet connection – essential for many basic tasks in the COVID-19 era – is out of reach for 90 per cent of people in low- and middle-income countries, a report has warned. While just under half of people in low- and middle-income countries have access to basic internet […] The post Reliable Internet unavailable for world’s poorest appeared first on ITU Hub.
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SciDevNet – ITU Hub SciDevNet – ITU Hub ITU News, Publications and Membership Reliable Internet unavailable for world’s poorest by Dann Okoth, Editor, SciDev.Net A decent internet connection – essential for many basic tasks in the COVID-19 era – is out of reach for 90 per cent of people in low- and middle-income countries, a report has warned. While just under half of people in low- and middle-income countries have access to basic internet […] The post Reliable Internet unavailable for world’s poorest appeared first on ITU Hub.
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A. (2020), An In‑Depth Analysis of IoT Se‑ P., Atrey, A., Ghosh, P., & Xu, R. (2020), New Frontiers curity Requirements, Challenges, and Their Counter‑ in IoT: Networking, Systems, Reliability, and Security measures via Software‑De ined Security, IEEE Inter‑ Challenges, IEEE Internet of Things Journal, 7(12), net of Things Journal, 7(10), 10250‑10276. 11330‑11346. [22] Hassija, V., Chamola, V., Saxena, V., Jain, D., Goyal, P., [33] Jia, G., Zhu, Y., Li, Y., Zhu, Z., & Zhou, L. (2019), & Sikdar, B. (2019), A survey on IoT security: appli‑ Analysis of the Effect of the Reliability of the NB‑Iot cation areas, security threats, and solution architec‑ Network on the Intelligent System, IEEE Access, 7, tures, IEEE Access, 7, 82721‑82743. 112809‑112820. [23] Giust, F., Cominardi, L., & Bernardos, C. (...) Vucetic, B. (2019), High‑reliability and low‑latency wireless communication for internet of things: chal‑ [41] Agiwal, M., Roy, A., & Saxena, N. (2016), Next genera‑ lenges, fundamentals, and enabling technologies, tion 5G wireless networks: A comprehensive survey, IEEE Internet of Things Journal, 6(5), 7946‑7970. IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials, 18(3), 1617‑1655. [31] Xing, L. (2020), Reliability in Internet of Things: Current status and future perspectives, IEEE Internet [42] Buzzi, S., Chih‑Lin, I., Klein, T.
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Page 867 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 867 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology P. 867 Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things 6 Recommendation ITU-T Y.4552/Y.2078 Application support models of the Internet of Things 1 Scope This Recommendation describes basis of application support models of the Internet of things (IoT) and specifies three application support models of the IoT: the configurable application support model, the adaptable application support model and the reliable application support model. (...) The configurable capabilities, adaptable capabilities and reliable capabilities related, respectively, to each of the three models, are also identified and described. (...) [ITU-T Y.4000] Recommendation ITU-T Y.4000/Y.2060 (2012), Overview of the Internet of things. Rec. ITU-T Y.4552/Y.2078 (02/2016) 853     862     863     864     865     866     867     868     869     870     871     872          
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Page 141 - Unleashing the potenti al of the Internet of Things           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 141 - Unleashing the potenti al of the Internet of Things P. 141 Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things 3 Appendix I Methods concerning assurance of integrity and reliability of the data produced by IoT devices during disaster (This Appendix does not form an integral part of this Recommendation.) (...) Therefore, the integrity and reliability of data produced by IoT devices are very significant issues for the IoT in general. (...) To preserve the integrity and reliability of data produced by IoT devices, it is necessary to establish a trusted environment for the IoT devices' operation.
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Therefore, the industrial Internet platform is the and more attention has been paid to the application of ultra- incubator of the digital twins, and the digital twins are reliable and low latency communications (URLLC) in the important scenarios for industrial Internet platforms. field of IIoT. (...) INTRODUCTION can be said that the industrial Internet platform has activated the life of digital twins. (...) Digita twins applications and iterative system, their features are incompatible with Internet features, optimization are the real path that is becoming the incubator and their performance is not sufficient to transmit Internet of digital twins [4]. packets.
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But when devices must be globally reachable – most commonly, via Both the public and private sectors are continuing the Internet – a large address space is required to fund significant levels of IoT research and to individually identify each device. (...) Some of these issues are familiar to become more urgent: connectivity issues (i.e., telecommunication regulators and others may be between machines and between machines and areas in which different regulators typically take humans) and addressing issues (i.e., ensuring the lead. The Internet of Things Figure 3.1: The Internet of Things, in a nutshell What Is It? (...) Connection of IoT devices via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, mobile phone networks, specialized radio networks, global Internet xii Trends in Telecommunication Reform 2016     9     10     11     12     13     14     15     16     17     18     19          
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But when devices must be globally reachable – most commonly, via Both the public and private sectors are continuing the Internet – a large address space is required to fund significant levels of IoT research and to individually identify each device. (...) Some of these issues are familiar to become more urgent: connectivity issues (i.e., telecommunication regulators and others may be between machines and between machines and areas in which different regulators typically take humans) and addressing issues (i.e., ensuring the lead. The Internet of Things Figure 3.1: The Internet of Things, in a nutshell What Is It? (...) Connection of IoT devices via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, mobile phone networks, specialized radio networks, global Internet xii Trends in Telecommunication Reform 2016     9     10     11     12     13     14     15     16     17     18     19          
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