ADISAM was granted commercial licenses to operate a Radio Trunking
System in Bucharest and VSAT Networks within Romania.
ADISAM installed, and provided maintenance services for the first
national VSAT network in Romania. The network was supplied by HNS
and was operated by HOT Telecommunications for one of the main
ADISAM and NetSat Express have started to provide direct Internet
Access for the major ISPs in Romania, connecting them via
satellite to the major Internet backbones in the United States.
ADISAM succeeded in securing more than 40 ISP customers in less
than one year and in increasing the connection to the US backbone
to about 30 Mb/s.
In March 1998,
ADISAM along with HOT Telecommunications have started to
implement a VSAT data network for Shell Romania gas stations,
which contains more than 80 sites, today.
Globecomm Systems designed and completed the implementation and
tests of ADISAMís new state-of-the-art 5.6 m antenna at the
International Teleport facility in Bucharest, Piata Unirii (The
Union Square). This Teleport has been designed with complete
fault-tolerant redundancy and is monitored 24/7/365 by Adisam
Telecom Network Operations Center.
Starting with February
2000, Adisam provides a full range of field
installation and maintenance services for FRANCE TELECOM TRANSPAC
sites within Romania.
Starting with October
2000, Adisam has developed an initial system along with
Tandberg Television in order to respond to marketís major
requirements of broadcasting digital TV channels via satellite of
the according to DVB-S specifications. The first Romanian TV
channel broadcasted over AMOS 1 satellite was MCM Romania.
2000, as a result of continuous marketing effort ADISAM
concluded an agreement with Cardinal Com Romania, in order to
ensure the broadcasting of Tele 7abc Romanian TV Channel.
2000, ADISAM has granted licenses from the Romanian
Ministry of Communications and Information Technology for 3.5 GHz
Wireless Local Loop in 34 major cities within Romania to deliver
wireless broadband services.
2001, based on the expertise in satellite digital
distribution (DVB-S), ADISAM was the winner of the bidding
organized by S.N. Radiocomunicatii S.A. for upgrading the Cheia
Earth Station, in competition with other well-known system
2001, ADISAM designed and installed for Romanian
Department of Defense a closed and secured VSAT Network, star
topology, comprising of a significant number of sites. The network
was designed to carry Data and Voice traffic using IP protocol
over the satellite.
year, it have been concluded partnerships and services agreements
with major telecommunications operators from Europe and U.S.,
among them being: Primus Telecommunication, Startec, Iris
Technologies, Tandberg Television, Cisco Systems, Plenexis, KBI
Hellas Satellite Communications, etc.
2002, Adisam has signed a contract with S.N.
Radiocomunicatii S.A. to provide broadband services using its own
wireless local loop networks and the SNRís SDH wireless
2002, ADISAM signed an agreement with Conax AS in order
to implement the Conax-CAS3ģ, conditional access
system for Digital Video Broadcasting compatible with the relevant
DVB/MPEG-2 specifications. Enabled by Conax, Adisam Telecom SA is
the leading provider of secure DVB access services in Romania.
Starting with 2003, Q3, ADISAM is intended to diversify its packet
of encrypted services, by adding new functionality to the
Conax-CAS3ģ system including: Video on Demand, Booked
Pay per View (PPV), Token PPV, etc.
2002, ADISAM TELECOM has started to distribute the
program over satellite the B1 TV channel using its own Teleport
facilities and DVB platform. To secure the schedule and the
content offered to the end users was selected Conax-CAS3‚
solution, which is a scaleable and well-proven encryption
platform, compatible with the DVB standard.
different foreign companies in Romania among them being NetSat
Express with the state-of-the-art Access Plus package of services,
Hughes Network Systems (PES, TES, ISBN, Broadband Solutions),
Globecomm Systems, HOT Telecommunications (ISBN-VSAT networks,
HOTStar, HOTStar Plus and HOTStar Duo), Harris Communications (TV
and Radio Broadcasting transmitters), TANDBERG Television (open
digital solutions for digital TV broadcasting, DVB compliance),
Cisco Systems (design, implement and operate end-to-end networking
solutions in accordance with customer requirements).