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Synaptec SAS is high tech start-up company specialized in engineering and communication for both satellite and terrestrial networks. It has been involved in the modeling of strategic aspects in convergence of satellite and terrestrial networks; the design of convergence protocols for communications satellite networks based on standards such as IPos (IP over Satellite) system, SATMODE, S-DOCSIS, and DVB-RCS 1&2; and adaptive services deployment to ensure quality of service.

We have deep expertise in :

Business modelling : Expertise on the business models and the economics underlying the interactions between the users, the application, the service provider, the ISPs acting as both network and service infrastructure providers, and potentially other generic business entities. Business modelling aims to specify in detail and capture the requirements of a set of representative and challenging application case studies applied in communication networks, so that the techniques developed by any stakeholder will be applicable to a representative range of user application. We help you to model your business and to response to these range of challenging questions:

  • Definition of business rules for strategic decision optimization
  • Identify network interraction
  • Evaluate business logic and enforce actions
  • Collect operational data and cost
  • Analyse usage and trends

Designing services plans : the insights gained help network operator to face the changing needs of their subscriber base, with astute providers reaping the business rewards of subscriber loyalty and gaining a deep marketplace advantage. We help you to undertand the capacity planning and understanding subscriber behavioral trends. Many questions need to be answered:

  • What is the peak value of my network?
  • How is it changing over time and by location?
  • How many subscribers are active at peak and the maximum that my network can support?
  • What applications are driving peak?
  • What is the bandwidth per subscriber at peak and what is the maximum my network can support?
  • What is the quality of experience?
  • To which extend can I decrease the quality to gain more subscribers?

Understanding the user / subscriber behavioral trends is a bit more complicated, and involves answering a range of questions:

  • Which services are becoming more popular or less popular?
  • How much bandwidth do subscribers use?
  • How does this vary throughout the subscriber population?
  • How many days per month are subscribers active? For how long per day?
  • Which devices are subscribers using? Which new devices are emerging?

Satellite Communication Systems and Optimized Multi-Operator Heterogeneous Backhauls : The Satellite Operator (SO) provides the satellite space segment and the satellite ground facility, consisting primarily of the Satellite Operating Centre. It owns and is responsible for maintaining, managing, deploying and operating the satellite and for all regulatory matters related to this operation. It sells capacity at transponder level to one or several SNOs. We aim to explore the synergies between Multi-Operator Heterogeneous Backhauls including broadcasting and interactive systems for new value-added services such as boosting the content delivery process, IP Acceleration over multiple networks, Web Acceleration, Internet TV, Efficient video streaming, CDN interconnection, etc.

Reliable Service Delivery : We have expertise in the state of the art of recent and advances services delivered over Internet. At the highest level, recent studies observed that Real-Time Entertainment, comprised mostly of streaming video and audio is dominating the internet traffic. YouTube is the largest single source of Real-Time Entertainment but alsop YouTube Live initiative. But solutions such as Netflix contintribute too. YouTube has emerged to account for more Internet traffic than any other service. We help you to understand the folowing :

  • Peak Value: the highest instantaneous bandwidth usage observed
  • Peak Time: the time at which Peak Value is observed
  • Peak Hour: the sixty minute period, containing Peak Value, during which the highest average value is observed
  • Peak Period: the entire period during which the observed value is higher than a specified percentage (frequently the 95th percentile) of the Peak Value
  • Prime Time: defined by a start time and end time, this period is typically used when examining network usage characteristics for subscriber behavioral trending, rather than capacity planning

based on these values, we help you to perform optimized capacity planning for delivering realiable service.

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