Broad Sky Now a Reseller of HughesNet Business Solutions
Business customers of Broad Sky Networks, a leading reseller of business-class Internet communications services in North America, now have access to high-speed data services throughout the U.S. using HughesNet® broadband satellite business solutions. HughesNet is available nationwide, bringing companies in rural and ex-urban areas access to cost-effective broadband via satellite, where DSL or cable is not available and T1 access is prohibitively expensive. And for those businesses that have terrestrial broadband as their primary service, HughesNet offers a truly path-diverse disaster recovery solution in the event their landline connection fails.
HN Broadband Satellite System Selected in Argentina
SPTI-Boldt Group Argentina, a major telecommunications service provider, has selected the Hughes HN broadband satellite system, including HN7700S and HN7740S broadband routers, to support a variety of customers in Argentina. The operator will use the HN System, which features highly bandwidth-efficient DVB-S2/ACM technology, to provide broadband IP services for lottery, government, and corporate programs in Argentina.
DeCa Commissaries to Rely on HughesNet High Availability VPN Service
E&E Enterprises Global, Inc., a leader in telecommunications and information assurance services, has been selected by the U.S. Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) to deliver a HughesNet high-availability network solution to support 270 DeCA commissaries worldwide. Together, E&E Enterprises Global and Hughes will provide a turnkey commercial, off-the-shelf (COTS) managed terrestrial and satellite broadband network solution that will ensure the continuity of vital DeCA business functions. This includes point of sales, debit and credit card transaction authorizations, product ordering, and payroll and personnel management.
Bantel Provides Broadband Services in Latin America
Operating a Hughes HN System NOC in Miami, Bantel Telecom, a subsidiary of Telecomunicaciones Bantel C.A., is now providing Ku-band broadband services to the Caribbean, Central America, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, and Surinam. The HN System, which operates with the full range of the latest HN7000S, HN7700S, and HN7740S satellite terminals, enables Bantel to provide its customers with higher availability, panregional coverage, and a direct connection to Internet points of presence (POPs) in the U.S. The company is also exploring the possibility of providing video broadcasting services to enterprises, including digital signage applications.