Skycasters Satellite Internet
Skycasters is the leader in broadband satellite internet for business entities that need more than traditional terrestrial landlines. Unlike other satellite Internet providers, everything in our infrastructure—from our teleports and hubs to the network operating center—is business-grade and company-owned. Even the equipment at your location is business-grade. In fact, the equipment in our network is designed to meet the unique challenges of your industry, no matter how rugged the conditions. Plus, our 24/7 tech support and customer service is handled in-house by experts who can resolve any issue that may arise.
Low Latency, High Bandwidth
With Skycasters satellite Internet service as your primary or backup Internet connection you can always count on low-latency data transmission. That means you’ll spend less time waiting around and more time being productive. Also, while most Internet satellite companies promise “speeds up to” a certain amount, only Skycasters guarantees a Committed Information Rate for unsurpassed reliability and performance when and where you need it. No other satellite providers come close to offering our bandwidth guarantee.
Flexibility and Custom Solutions
Skycasters offers you the flexibility you need for any application, whether you require a broadband satellite connection at world headquarters, a mobile satellite Internet connection mounted on a trailer or railcar, an information lifeline to an oil rig in the Atlantic, a mobile cell phone extender in the Arctic, or even as a backup business continuity connection for corporate users. Different price points and bandwidth capabilities for every level of user means your Internet service is custom tailored exactly to your needs.
Peerless Customer Service Without the “techno-babble”
No matter what solution our clients connect with, every customer receives Skycasters' renowned customer service. Our customers love us, and we're sure you'll love us too. What’s best, we speak in a language you can understand—without all the technobabble. At Skycasters we believe it’s our job to be experts in your business – not the other way around.
news & events2015 Spring Sun Fade
Akron, OH – February 24, 2015
Customers can expect sun interference to briefly affect communications from March 03 - 05 in Spring of 2015.2015 International Disaster Conference and Expo
Akron, OH – February 10, 2015
Skycasters to focus on disaster recovery communications at IDCE in New Orleans.2014 Spring Sun Fade
Akron, OH – February 26, 2014
Customers can expect sun interference to briefly affect communications from March 02 - 06 in Spring of 2014.2013 Fall Sun Interference
Akron, OH – September 16, 2013
Sun fade will occur for the later half of the year on October 6th through the 10th in 2013.2013 Spring Sun Interference
Akron, OH – February 6, 2013
We are now reaching the time of year when our teleport and our customers experience short solar outages.
from the blogSkycasters leaves lasting impressions at the Offshore Technology Conference!
Akron, Ohio – May 09, 2013
Skycasters sales and marketing team joined together this week to attend the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, TX! At this show we had the opportunity to meet with 2,700 exhibiting companies from over 110 different countries in offshore resources that specialize in drilling, exploration, production, and environmental protection.Skycasters adds Value to their Community!
Akron, Ohio – May 01, 2013
Skycasters has been selected as a 2013 Leading EDGE Honored Company, and will be joining an elite group of mid-sized companies in Northeast Ohio...Skycasters' brochure takes silver for good looks!
Akron, Ohio – April 24, 2013
The Skycasters’ Capability marketing brochure created by GMD Creative Group and printed by AGS Custom Graphics, Inc. took silver on Tuesday, April 23rd in the category for “Corporate Communications Four Colors or More”.Skycasters puts Confidence in Indiana Homeland Security
Akron, Ohio – April 17, 2013
Fifteen minutes. That’s all it took for the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) to get up and running on the ground in southern Indiana on the evening of March 2. Earlier that day, tornadoes had ripped through the area, causing widespread devastation, property loss and crippling communications failures.Use Satellite Internet to Optimize SCADA and Smart Grids Operations
Akron, Ohio – April 10, 2013
Today’s advanced monitoring technologies allow business, industry, and government to control remote site operations from a centralized location using broadband Internet.