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Memotec, a wholly owned subsidiary of Comtech EF Data
Booth: 703
7755 Henri Bourassa West Blvd.
H4S 1P7

C: Marc Beaule

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Company profile

With 100 Air Traffic Control networks in operation serving the AirNav community in more than 50 countries, Memotec has been leading the modernization of ANSP networks for over 25 years, bringing the best of telecommunications technology together to deliver carrier-grade Air Traffic Management [ATM] solutions and improving network reliability for carrying high quality Voice, VHF, and Radar information cost effectively and securely over satellite or terrestrial public and private networks. Memotec’s solution relies on NetPerformer application-aware router and multiplexer. NetPerformer integrates and migrates IP and legacy ATM applications on a single platform, in compliance with ICAO and EUROCAE latest most stringent standards.
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  • Communications - Data-Link
  • Communications - Voice
  • Ground - Ground ATC Data Networks
  • Radios
  • Satellite Services


  • ATM
  • VSAT
  • ANSP
  • VHF
  • MUX

products to be displayed

NetPerformer® application-aware router and multiplexer, combining the functionality of a data router, a multiplexer and a VHF/voice gateway in a single device, enabling organizations to create converged networks and transport any type of traffic over satellite and hybrid landline links. The NetPerformer provides a safe migration path from legacy TDM or Frame Relay networks to IP-centric networks. It includes support for the latest VoIP (SIP) and Eurocae WG67 ED-136/137 standards and robust IP/Ethernet QoS, with eight classes of service and 16 levels of prioritization to ensure that mission-critical applications use the best network routes and always receive enough bandwidth. In addition, specialty features are available for handling the particulars of radar, voice push-to-talk (PTT) and VHF voice applications common to Air Traffic Control and military networks.

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