I am hoping someone has some familiarity with C-band satellite dishes, or satellite-based business internet services.
I have been given the task of doing all the IT work for a company that is building a production plant in Fiji.
The plant is too far from the city to run lines from a major telco & it is pretty isolated from anything.
I am wondering what the options are with the large dish based telecom. (the 7' ones - think they're called C-band)
I know that Hughes is global, but from what Ive seen of their residential crap - I REALLY dont want any part of that nightmare.
I dont need any kind of super fast connection, but I need enough to send video to remote users (like if someone wanted to view security camera footage from the US)
It will only be 20 users at the absolute most at one time, so the needs are not the issue - its the location.
If someone has used mobile sat internet, or a large dish based connection - any insight would be appreciated.
The other task I have is building all of the workstations. They want custom-built due to the power to the plan will be propane-based - and the current may be a little iffy. (the PSU is usually an Achilles' heal of the mass produced computers.) - Im not debating the merits of custom built systems, just doing what they want & cashing the check.