Case Studies

 
  • Recently Completed Projects
  • On Going Engineering Projects
  • Cybertec was awarded the contract for National Identity card of Maldives
  • Sri Lanka Telecom – NGN Network Phase III – Jan 2011
  • Airport & Aviation services Sri Lanka awarded a Design, supply & install turn Key MDF solution
  • Sri Lanka Telecom – NGN Network Phase II – (May 2009)
  • Sri Lanka Telecom – Southern NGN Project, Main Distribution Arrangement
  • Lanka Bell – Turn Key Base Station sites
  • Lanka Bell – Digital Signal Cross Connect Project
  • Sri Lanka Telecom – International Transmission Centre – Digital Distribution Arrangement
  • Digital video/audio transport network over fiber optics to MBC Network, Sri Lanka.
  • SDI video network for SAG Games to Rupavahini Corporation, Sri Lanka.
Cybertec was awarded the contract for National Identity card of Maldives

 

Cybertec was awarded the contract for National Identity card of Maldives by the Finance Ministry of Maldives.The Contract is for Five years where Cybertec will implement, maintain and supply all Equipment and Consumables.

The NIC will include Smart chip & Holographic overlay. The project is in implementation stage.

Sri Lanka Telecom – NGN Network Phase III – Jan 2011

Sri Lanka telecom awarded Cybertec Supply of MDF solutions for Their Flagship project – NGN Phase III B & III C. Cybertec is in the process of implementation.

Airport & Aviation Services Sri Lanka Awarded a Design, Supply & Install Turn Key MDF Solution

 

Airport & Aviation services Sri Lanka awarded a Design, supply & install turn Key MDF solution for KIA expansion project at their communications complex. Cybertec completed work based on KRONE equipmenst.
Sri Lanka Telecom – NGN Network Phase II – (May 2009)

Sri Lanka telecom awarded Cybertec Supply of MDF solutions for 16 Switching Areas covering over 300,000 ports with Primary Protection under Flagship project – NGN Phase II. cybertec completed supply within three weeks which includes jumper cable requirements too.

Sri Lanka Telecom – Southern NGN Project, Main Distribution Arrangement

Cybertec supplied KRONE MDF equipment with Primary & secondary Level protection for Sri Lanka Telecom’s Southern “New Generation Network” soft switch serving over 120,000 subscribers.

Lanka Bell – Turn Key Base Station sites

 

Cybertec Tele-Infrastructure Division has completed 28 stand alone Base station sites for Lanka Bell 70 meters & 50 meters, which includes design, manufacture, Supply, Excavation, Tower Foundation, Tower Erection and site development including Fence & Lefeling of ground. Cybertec also completed a full Turn Key contract for the supply & installation of 20 equipment shelters for Lanka Bell. A further, 12 Tower sites are under construction.
Lanka Bell – Digital Signal Cross Connect Project

Cybertec collaborated with Lanka Bell, A leading Fixed wireless Telecom operator, for their Radio Transmission Back haul hub, by setting up ADC’s State of the art DSX -1 Digital Signal cross connect/Interconnect arrangements for Testing, Jumper and real time monitoring of Transmission Network.

Sri Lanka Telecom – International Transmission Centre – Digital Distribution Arrangement

Cybertec Designed & Supplied the Digital Distribution Arrangement for Sri Lanka Telecom’s International Transmission Centre (ITMC) with 120 & 75 Ohms Balun converters, Testing & monitoring facilities.

Cybertec collaborated with Sri Lanka Telecom to provide a digital video/audio transport network over fiber optics to MBC Network in Colombo Sri Lanka.

Communication giant Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) is to provide a world class transmission solution to MTV Channel (Pvt) Ltd & MBC Networks (Pvt) Ltd, giant of TV and radio broadcasting which is a part of the Capital Maharaja Organisation Limited. The solution will feature broadcast quality digital audio and video transmission via SLT’s state-of-the-art optical fibre infrastructure which will interconnect MTV/MBC studios, transmission stations and head office.

Commenting on the agreement signed with SLT, Mr. Mano Wickramanayake, Group Director of MTV/MBC said; “I am greatly appreciative of the fact that a Sri Lankan service provider is able to give us the advantage of a world class communication solution. Today’s media is driven by technology and hence we are committed to use all of the platforms that are available to improve our services to our clients. We can now link new head office and our new studios in Braybrooke Place to our studio in Depanama and to our main transmission tower in Union Place and our central transmission tower at Mount Oliphent. This solution provided by SLT will serve all seven of our media outlets. With this solution, I am very confident that our reliability factor will be improved.”

According to SLT, the fiber technology and data transmission system provided to MTV/MBC stations is the most advanced transmission technology currently available in the world. As there is no conversion of digital video signals to analog signals for transmission, ensuring optimum quality of the transmitted signal throughout. Resulting in an extremely good picture quality right through out their transmission.

“We are very pleased to be able to provide a world class communication solution to the Capital Maharaja Organisation one of the important corporate customers of SLT to strengthen their businesses. The internet and broadband services have changed the way communications flow. It gives everyone the opportunity to receive necessary information as well as communicate in a faster and effective manner. What we are providing is quite different from a traditional communication solution, because information is shared quickly. SLT is eager to take the initiative to be the pioneer in developing this new information society in Sri Lanka. We consider the Capital Maharaja Organisation as a very important client, in terms of driving forward our broadband service,” Mr. Shoji Takahashi, CEO of SLT said at the signing of the agreement.

In addition to this communication infrastructure, the Capital Maharaja Organisation have enjoyed a host of SLT’s communication solutions over a long period of time. Communication services including; voice telephony services, Broadband internet through ADSL technology, dedicated internet leased lines and IP Virtual Private Networks help seamlessly connect the group companies S-LON, Harrisons, Kevilton, PE+, M-Entertainment and Aquarius.

SLT has been always in the forefront of introducing innovative state-of-the-art technologies to Sri Lanka to Bridge the Digital divide between Sri Lanka and the rest of the world. SLT’s solution is flexible and scalable to suit the future expansion needs of the Capital Maharaja group. The quality of service offered along with high service levels and bespoke solutions tailored to customer specific requirements, are among the reasons Capital Maharaja has chosen SLT as their telecommunications partner.

Capital Maharaja Organisation Limited is a multifaceted and multi dimensional group whose activities span manufacturing, marketing, exports, communications, media, information technology, foods and packaging among others. The group is now firmly entrenched in media with several Television and FM radio channels. In addition to this, it has pioneered novel communication methods to reach areas that were previously inaccessible and has set up infrastructure capabilities to feed demand from both its own as well as other TV stations. The group has also emerged as one of the leaders in information technology in Sri Lanka. It has broadened its horizons to encompass Information Communication Technology (ICT), with leading names in the industry as their strategic partners. Moreover, its clients are spread across the Middle East, South Asia and South East Asia.

Cybertec Collaborated with Sri Lanka Telecom/Rupavahini to provide SDI video network for SAG Games.
 

Sri Lankan television industry history will be created during the 10th South Asian Games as the Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation ties up Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) for live telecast of the 10th South Asian Games. Optical fiber based Synchronous Digital Interface technology (SDI) provided by SLT will be used for this historic transmission run both Worldwide and Island-wide.

SLRC has many firsts to its credit. This is the first time that a Sri Lankan Television station is going to be engaged in a live telecast with the aid of a “Fiber Optic Cable Link”. During the 10th South Asian Games Camera Video signals captured will be fed into specialized digital video transmission equipment setup at the games site. These signals will be then transmitted as digital signals via a Fiber Optic cable that links these specialized digital encoding equipment (at the stadium) to decoding equipment based at the SLRC studios, from which SLRC will carry out their special live telecast of the Games locally. SLT will also facilitate the international live transmission with microwave links and a special Satellite Uplink to the INSAT satellite from the Padduka Satellite Earth station. SLT’s expert engineers will be stand-by on site 24 X 7 during the games to ensure that the entire operation runs smoothly.

According to SLT the SDI (Synchronous Digital Interface) technology provided to SLRC for this telecast is the most advanced transmission technology currently available in the world. As the there is no conversion of digital video signals to analog signals for transmission, this technology ensures that the video-signals carried throughout the transmission are optimum quality possible. The end result being an extremely good picture quality right throughout this live transmission. This technology (although the first of its kind to be used in Sri Lanka) is standard application technology used by Major television networks in developed countries for live TV coverage of major global events. SLT has been in the forefront of introducing innovative state-of-the-art technologies to Sri Lanka to Bridge the Digital divide between Sri Lanka and the rest of the world. The Introduction and Application of SDI at these games is yet another attempt in fulfilling that corporate vision.

SLT is the Principal sponsor of the 10th South Asian Games which probably will go down in history as the most technologically sophisticated Sporting event held in Sri Lanka as at now. It was the first time a fully automated on-line real time player registration system was used for the games. Thirteen (13) distributed gaming sites are being connected through Wi-Max technology and each site is going to be Wi-Fi enabled/Wi-Fi Hotspots owing to the wireless technology backbone provided by SLT.