SpaceX’s Starlink

Connecting the globe to the internet

Take Dejero’s Smart Blending Technology™ to the next level with SpaceX’s Starlink. Dejero simultaneously blends together multiple wired (broadband, fiber) and wireless (3G/4G/5G, Wi-Fi, and satellite) IP connections from multiple providers to form a virtual Dejero ‘network of networks’.

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Dejero and Starlink

High reliability for high demand use

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Dejero’s Smart Blending Technology dynamically and intelligently manage the fluctuating bandwidth, packet loss, and latency differences of individual connections in real-time. When you blend Starlink satellite using Dejero’s award-winning technology the result is premium connectivity even in the most rural and remote locations.

Dejero augments Starlink's capacity by blending its offering with multiple wired and wireless IP connections. For our customers, that means delivering enhanced reliability, expanded coverage, and greater bandwidth despite the fluctuating service gaps that may sometimes exist as Starlink increases its satellite footprint.  


World First:

Starlink and Cellular Backhaul Connectivity for Live Production of Farewell to Queen Elizabeth II

When the world’s media descended upon London to cover the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, network availability from Hyde Park in London was somewhat restricted due to the tens of thousands of people in attendance to pay their respects, along with the hundreds of media crews. So it was up to Dejero to provide reliable backhaul connectivity of a kind that had never been used for live broadcast production before; a combination of Starlink satellite and cellular networks.

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Dejero built a private point-to-point network which didn’t need regulatory approval. Setting up an Ubiquiti access point and high-gain antennas across Hyde Park, Dejero created a secure LAN for its clients using their award winning EnGo mobile transmitters. The EnGo devices encoded the camera feeds and transmitted the signals by blending a combination of ethernet, Wi-Fi and local cellular network connectivity. The devices also prioritized the network with the most bandwidth available, transmitting to an onsite Dejero GateWay network aggregation solution for backhaul.

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We used that GateWay with Starlink to create a backhaul that allowed that content to go out live around the world for our customers. That’s quite a unique sort of scenario to be in, certainly the first time we have worked in that type of way, and the first time for our customers to have that kind of backhaul support from a congested and contended area.

Dejero Sales Manager

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