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High Utilization AND High Throughput Efficiency? Solving the TDMA vs. SCPC Dilemma

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March 5th  | 2:00 p.m. ET - FREE Webinar Sponsored by Teledyne Microwave Solutions Join thought leaders Paul Sandoval of Teledyne Microwave Solutions and Richard Graham, CEO of Codemettle, to hear about optimizing space segment costs, maximizing link efficiency and opening up new revenue opportunities in solving the TDMA vs. SCPC dilemma.




The explosive demand for satellite bandwidth both now and for the foreseeable future has service providers around the globe seeking new options for network optimization that will allow them to wring every last dollar of profit available.

Up to now, those service providers have had to face the inherent limitations of existing VSAT/TDMA and SCPC architectures…and the resulting necessity to choose between SCPC-efficient throughput OR the high network utilization of VSAT/TDMA.  Traditionally, the best an operator can do is toggle back and forth between TDMA and SCPC depending on bandwidth demand.  

For medium-to high-throughput providers, the bandwidth management technology that solves this dilemma finally exists.  The technology can deliver the best of both worlds – TDMA and SCPC – optimizing space segment costs, maximizing link efficiency and opening up new revenue opportunities.


Paul Sandoval

Paul Sandoval
Director, International Group Sales, Teledyne Microwave Solutions

Paul Sandoval, a long-time veteran of the telecom industry, has more than 20 years of experience working in the satellite industry.  He has served in a wide range of capacities ranging from System Architect to leadership positions in Sales and Marketing in the Americas, Asia and Europe.

Prior to joining Teledyne Microwave Solutions, Sandoval worked for several industry leaders including Comstream-Spar, Hughes Network Systems, and ViaSat.  Paul is an expert in both the technical and commercial aspects of the various satellite access technologies. He has dictated numerous seminars on the subject both in the US and abroad.   Paul earned his EE degree in USB, Venezuela and his MSEE from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in MA, USA.  

Richard Graham

Richard Graham
CEO, CodeMettle

Richard Graham is the co-founder of CodeMettle and currently serves as its CEO.  CodeMettle provides service-aware network management software enabling end-to-end service orchestration over complex, mission-critical networks.  As a leading state-of-the-art technology, the CodeMettle NMS unifies network and service management for the most diverse and complex networks in the world.

In 1993, Richard founded and was the CEO of ILC until the company was sold in 2006.  ILC, with its MaxView software, was the worldwide leader in providing NMS systems for managing satellite and media networks at the time of the Company’s sale. Richard has an Electrical Engineering degree from The Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech).


Mark HolmesMark Holmes
Editorial Director, Via Satellite & Avionics Magazine

Mark Holmes is Editorial Director of Via Satellite and Avionics Magazine, two industry leading titles in their sectors. Mark has been at Access Intelligence over eleven years, working on a variety of titles in telecoms, broadband, digital TV and satellite. Mark has been with AI’s Satellite Group for over four years. As well as writing across the Satellite Group’s broad range of products, Mark has also secured a number of top speakers for the annual Satellite event in Washington, as well as put together numerous PPV webinars over the last 2-3 years.

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