How To Determine Bandwidth For Remote Sensing Data Exchange
In essence, remote sensing data exchange is like accessing a digital library.
To be effective, a digital library should be an active digital library, meaning that users can process available data not just to retrieve a particular piece of information, but to infer new knowledge about the data at hand. A Remote Sensing Data Exchange system must emphasize not only retrieval of data to the client's "workstation", but also customized processing of the data.
Such processing tasks may include data mining, filtering and knowledge discovery in huge databases, compute-intensive image processing (such as principal component analysis, supervised classification, or pattern matching) and on demand computing sessions.
All of this means that the network design.....and meeting bandwidth requirements for that design....are critical to performance.
With that in mind...don't dump the whole mess on to your IT department and hope for the best. A smarter approach is to access the services of an independent Telecommunications Consultant to assist in the heavy research for bandwidth requirements and sourcing. This will multiply your assets brought to bear on the issues...without increasing your own time, effort, and cost. For this purpose I highly recommend the free consulting support availabe from DS3-Bandwidth.com.
About the Author: Michael is the owner of FreedomFire
Communications....including DS3-Bandwidth.com. Michael also authors Broadband Nation where you're always welcome to drop in and catch up on the latest BroadBand news, tips, insights, and ramblings for the masses.