Satellite Internet Gateway Location Whitepaper

Internet access has historically been terrestrial or based on networks, such as fiber or other data cabling that is based on the ground. Cellular data is another common method of providing internet access, and most people are familiar... Read More

It’s Time to Talk About Disasters

Hurricane Harvey made landfall as a category 4 storm near Rockport, Texas on August 25th. In a given year, one storm of this historic magnitude is plenty, but in the short six weeks since we have also seen... Read More

Watch out for Bret, Cindy, and Don (Hurricanes!)

Hurricane season officially began on June 1st and runs all the way through November 30th. In fact, did you know that we already had our first named storm of this season back in April? Tropical storm Arlene formed... Read More

Plan for the Worst and Hope for the Best

They say hindsight is 20/20.  That is the case when evaluating the effectiveness of how prepared a company or government agency was when dealing with a disaster scenario. This past week Sheriff Kory Honea of Butte County here... Read More

Business as Usual

Author: Tim Aboudara, Director of Sales, X2nSat Earthquakes, floods, tornadoes, fires, hurricanes and other acts of nature are the disaster recovery scenarios that most people think of that impact mission-critical communications infrastructure. These events are highly unpredictable and... Read More

The Fury of the Storm: Win the Fight

Author – Garrett Hill Hurricane Matthew is giving us a not-so-subtle reminder that another hurricane season is underway. Some years the severity of storms is worse than others, but Mother Nature never takes a year off. Our neighbors... Read More

X2nSat Disaster Recovery: A Conference Call in Real Life

by Garrett Hill, CEO, X2nSat, Inc. We practice what we preach. Every two weeks an alarm sounds in X2nSat’s Network Operations Center, kicking off a two-hour disaster recovery drill. Response team members from our West Coast and East... Read More