"Technically speaking, and from a cost-effective/bandwidth efficiency perspective, it is no longer necessary for many or all participants in today's extended organizations to be denied quality multi-media connectivity", said Dick Agostinelli, CEO of AMN.
"The lack of 'best-of-breed' networking has often constrained coordination and creativity, and slowed decision-making in organizations and teams seeking to deliver the best and the most time-sensitive results in the services and the products they offer."
"Recent advances in the convergence and integration of satellite, terrestrial microwave, laser and fiber communications technologies now make it possible to deliver the highest quality, real-time multi-media networking, up to and including high-definition video and imagery -- with no perceptible latency -- and at a cost-per-bit of data that is far more attractive than in the past.And new advances in the technology today allow us to deliver the best quality for the bandwidth selected by the user", said Agostinelli
"Traditional analog and digital technologies can now be merged into an integrated, interoperable networking environment that appears 'seamless' to users of either new or integrated legacy systems.Moreover, new capabilities are scalable on a global basis -- flexible in architecture as the needs of an enterprise change over time -- and upgradeable to embrace new future advances", he
"We are experiencing a new wave of digital communications advances that will bring us significant benefits", Agostinelli