About Forsway’s Odin F-60 series
Forsway Odin F-60 and Forsway Odin F-60 Pro are cost-effective, high-performance satellite routers developed for hybrid IP services using a combination of satellite and terrestrial data. The benchmark technology and equipment harness DVB-S2X/ACM for downlink with the ability to combine a wide range of terrestrial return channels.
- The new generation of Odin F-60’s have been developed to meet more advanced customer demands for networking performance and satellite bandwidth efficiency.
- Feature-rich F-60’s will also cater to new use cases such as advanced SD-WAN and edge computing capabilities.
The Forsway Odin F-60 Pro edition comes additionally equipped with an integrated LTE modem and doubles the data bandwidth from satellite – whereas the F-60 is more cost-efficient version for scenarios where mobile connectivity and the highest throughput are not required.
Forsway Odin F-60 router
Enables robust, satellite-based internet services that allow operators to boost end user connectivity in areas with insufficient or low capacity
Odin F-60’s streamlined functionality is designed to operate with broadcasting satellites and is equipped with both a DVB-S2X demodulator and advanced IP-over-satellite optimization tools – including ACM.
Odin F-60 is a highly cost-effective, high-performance satellite router for hybrid IP services combining satellite and terrestrial data. DVB-S2/(X)/ACM is used for downlink and can be employed with a variety of terrestrial return channels. The Odin F-60 integrates the possibility to connect a mobile network interface as well as various Ethernet based interface options, such as ADSL, WiMAX or VSAT, for the return link.
Key benefits for operators
Eliminates need to deploy additional network infrastructure – furnishes significant operator cost savings and delivery of highly cost-efficient broadband.
Enables rapid deployment of robust, satellite-based internet services to regions grappling with insufficient infrastructure or capacity.
Supplies competitive VSAT alternative – no need for satellite communications license and sophisticated installation