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Interoperable PEP

depend.jpgSatLabs System Recommendations (defining qualification profiles v1.3 and v2) introduce the interoperable Performance Enhancement Proxy (I-PEP) as a SatLabs certification option (PEP option).

The I-PEP specification includes a Vendor Identifier (“Vendor ID”) field in its protocol in order that I-PEP implementers may define private extension to the base protocol.



Regimentation for Vendor ID assigment

I-PEP vendors wishing to be assigned a Vendor ID must contact SatLabs
Vendor ID is an 8 bit value.
Vendors shall be assigned only one Vendor ID each.
Vendor ID will be allocated by SatLabs management on a First Come First Served basis.

There is no fee for obtaining a Vendor ID assignment. The normal time for completing the application process is 30 days. A Vendor requesting a Vendor ID will receive an e-mail requesting confirmation of the information it has submitted.
The Vendor shall provide the following information:

  • Company name
  • Company address
  • Company phone number
  • Contact name
  • Contact email

If a Vendor does not use its ID or uses an ID which is not rightfully assigned to its organisation, the SatLabs management reserves the right to suspend the right for this vendor to use its ID or to apply for one in the future. Vendor ID assignment is a pre-requisite to SatLabs terminal qualification for the PEP option.

Current list of Vendor ID assignments
0x01 –
XipLink, Inc., Canada
Contact: Charlie Younghusband (charlie@xiplink.com)

0x02 –
Thales Alenia Space, France
Contact: Laurent Martel (laurent.martel@thalesaleniaspace.com)

0x03 –
Spacebel, Belgium
Contact: Patrick Jacques (patrick.jacques@spacebel.be)

0x04 –  
Lysatiq GmbH, Germany
Contact: Carsten Bormann (info@lysatiq.de)

 

Disclaimer: Vendor ID assignments do not imply that the above companies have developed or will develop I-PEP compatible products. I-PEP Vendor ID assignments are only based upon declarations made to SatLabs by the above manufacturers. SatLabs assumes no responsibility for accuracy or completeness of that information. This list of assignments cannot be interpreted as a list of I-PEP manufacturers.

 

Last updated: Monday, 09 April 2010