ISTC is a company with more than 25 years of experience in the market, within its portfolio has IT & NETWORKING solutions, for this, has developed alliances with the most prestigious and robust brands worldwide.

We have engineering personnel with high experience in the field and in the development of the different solutions of these specialties. ISTC has presence throughout LATAM and the Caribbean, within these territories we have sales and engineering personnel ready to develop and support your projects with the highest standards of quality and human resources.

Our portfolio complements all market verticals, we have specific focuses and telecommunications solutions that apply to all scenarios from the most common to the most robust and challenging.

Some of our most representative solutions are ETHERNET, XGS-PON, Wi-Fi, LORAWAN, DWDM, among others. For each of them, we have brands with great differentials and with the greatest application of engineering, quality and experience to ensure success in the different opportunities of our customers.


Ethernet is the traditional technology most widely used in LATAM to connect devices in a local area network (LAN) or a metropolitan area network (WAN), it allows the different components of the network to communicate with each other through a set of rules of common use for all. Ethernet identifies and constructs a means for all devices on a network to communicate and transmit data so that other devices on the same LAN or campus network segment can recognize, receive and process the information. Most Ethernet applications use UTP type physical cabling for end-user connections where data travels, as well as active equipment, mostly Switches in their different layers and types depending on the topology used to build the network.


In XGS-PON, communications travel from a central office called OLT using single-mode optical fiber, which, through branching branches or splitters, reaches the end subscribers known as ONTs, and these exchange the optical fiber information and convert it back to twisted copper pair signals.

These ONTs exchange the fiber optic information and convert it back to twisted pair copper signals. ISTC is able to offer solutions for high speeds from 10 Gigas and up. The advantages of these networks offer greater topology flexibility, lower costs, higher speeds, coverage of long distances, greater security, protection against electrical damage, coverage of massive users, environmental advantages, future growth, optimal performance, convergence of multiple solutions in a single network; in addition to leaving aside the baseband and move to handle broadband.


The wireless LAN solutions offered by ISTC include AP controllers, hardware and software, indoor and outdoor APs, as well as PTP and PMTP links. With the latest 802.11ax wireless technology and 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz and 6 GHz bands, ISTC’s wireless solutions guarantee ultra-fast transmissions, stable connectivity, wide coverage and superior encryption for excellent multimedia streaming, surveillance monitoring, Internet access and more. With Cloud and Appliance management solutions, our Wi-Fi solutions are perfectly suited for hotels, campuses, public infrastructure applications, SmartCities, Oil&Gas, and more.


Some projects developed in the field of IoT adopt hardware devices to analyze and capture data from a given environment, for which they use a technology capable of connecting them and transmitting information to a central point for further analysis and action. Of the many technologies available in the market, one of the most versatile is LoRaWAN, (Long Range Wide Area Network), a wireless and bidirectional full duplex communication protocol that uses the 915MHz range, allowing it to cover large distances of up to 15 KM with 360 degrees around and requiring low data consumption when working in low bands.

LoRa (Long Range) is the type of modulation, known as CSS (Chirp Spread Spectrum), used by the devices to achieve long range using low power while LoRaWAN is the communication protocol that communicates the LoRa signal with the Gateway. The function of the Gateway is to create a wireless network to provide coverage to the sensors and communicate bidirectionally with them, and finally, to transmit this information to a centralized platform.


Dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) is an optical multiplexing technology used to increase the bandwidth of fiber optic networks. DWDM works by combining and transmitting multiple signals simultaneously at different wavelengths on the same fiber strand. In essence, the technology creates multiple virtual fibers, thus multiplying the capacity of the physical medium. In addition, DWDM is independent of protocol and bit rate. DWDM enables multiservice networks that can transport different types of services over the same infrastructure transparently and without interference between services.

DWDM has revolutionized the economic landscape of data transport. Thanks to DWDM, fiber networks can transport multiple Terabits of data per second simultaneously over a single pair of fibers and thousands of miles, and at costs unimaginable less than a decade ago. DWDM is crucial to develop high-capacity multiservice networks that are easy to scale and operate. DWDM is independent of protocol and bit rate. Services are transparently transported over different wavelengths, and each wavelength is capable of carrying data at rates up to 400 Gbit/s and beyond.

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