Hughes Dictionary Expand All Satellite Internet noun / sa-tə-līt in-tər-net / Satellite Internet is a fast, secure way to connect. Your computer or mobile device requests a Web page by sending a signal to our satellite 22,000 miles away. Our satellite then contacts the Hughes Network Operations Center (NOC) to locate the specific Webpage requested. Finally, the website beams the information back to the NOC and then to your Hughes dish and modem. In times of disaster, satellite takes on an even more critical role. It presents the only true alternate communications path when terrestrial wireline and wireless networks are most vulnerable to disruption and outages—and terminals can be deployed immediately after disaster strikes to provide connectivity in support of life-saving emergency response and recovery activities. To learn more, click here. Mobile Satellite noun / mō-bəl sa-tə-līt / Technicians, remote field personnel, and remote field personnel can collaborate with confidence and efficiency with various agencies and headquarters staff using video, voice, and data using Hughes mobile satellite terminals, which allow for connectivity anywhere in the world. To learn more, click here. High-Throughput Satellites noun / hī -thrü-pu̇t sa-tə-līt / High Throughput Satellites (HTS) are Ka-band satellites optimized specifically for high-volume data applications. Hughes offers a variety of High Throughput Satellite solutions for all business needs. Hughes is the global leader in broadband satellite networks and services with the world’s largest and fastest satellite broadband network. The network supports a variety of consumer, business, enterprise, in-flight and cellular backhaul applications across two continents. To learn more, click here. Cellular Backhaul noun / sel-yə-lər bak-¦hȯl/ Over the last decade Hughes has helped MNOs connect their cellular networks on three generations of satellite platforms: HN, HX, and JUPITER. These satellite platforms have made possible the interconnection of RANs from the leading mobile industry suppliers; One of the largest cellular backhaul deployments is in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where more than 1,000 satellite connected sites have brought the benefits of wireless communications to more and more communities in that country. To learn more, click here. Telecom Service Providers noun / te-li-käm sər-vəs prə-vī-dər / Telecom Service Providers (TSPs) provide access to telephone and related communications services. Hughes is one the largest TSPs with its wide variety of satellite, wireless, and landline infrastructure and solutions, serving access globally. Our turnkey services span the full range of support requirements, from network design and management, through end-to-end operations and customer care. We combine the best of broadband wireline, wireless and satellite technologies to deliver flexible, nimble, and resilient solutions— with dedicated program management teams and state-of-the-art support systems. To learn more, click here. Network Security noun / net-wərk si-kyu̇r-ə-tē/ Network security is remote monitoring and service for a suite of security services for a business' IT and network technology. HughesON Security Services suite helps protect business networks, data, and reputations. We can help you secure your enterprise in vital ways—from achieving a PCI-compliant network architecture, to centralizing control of your enterprise network as it evolves, to extending a security infrastructure over the entire network, to providing monitoring and support. To learn more, click here. Digital Media noun / di-jə-tl mē-dē-ə/ Digital media are dynamic digital terminals used to display content to inform customers, employees, and constituents. Hughes provides a full range of Digital Media solutions designed to engage customers and/or employees. With turn-key digital media service experience across some of today’s largest retail and hospitality companies and government agencies, Hughes will help your business gain many benefits of a more informed and loyal customers. To learn more, click here. Global Managed Services noun / glō-bəl ma-nij-d sər-vəs-əs/ Global managed services are a suite of network solutions to meet international business needs, from connections in remote locations, to supporting global landline and wireless managed networks. Huhges offers a wide range of comprehensive global managed services. Expand your business via a global landline and wireless managed network from HughesON. Remain connected at all times, regardless of location. Rely on world class security for your worldwide network. Wherever you're going, Hughes can help you get there. To learn more, click here. VSAT Systems noun / V-SAT sis-təms/ VSAT terminals are two-way satellite stations with an atenna that is smaller than 3 meters. VSAT terminal access geosynchronous orbit satellites to relay data to other terminals around the world. Hughes' VSAT solutions cover business needs from BLOS internet to PoS transcation data. Optimized for broadband IP services, Hughes systems support a wide variety of applications, from high-speed Internet/intranet access, to video conferencing, to voice (VoIP), and adhere to industry standards for voice, video, and serial data protocols To learn more, click here. Emergency Communications noun /' i-mər-jən(t)-sē kə-ˌmyü-nə-ˈkā-shəns' When disaster strikes and terrestrial networks are most vulnerable to fail, Hughes Emergency Communication Solutions uses advanced broadband satellite technology to get mission-critical applications back online—fast, along with automatic backups for swift disaster recovery. As the global leader in broadband satellite networks and services, Hughes brings leading-edge communications solutions to federal and state emergency management organizations that need to communicate during and after disasters. To learn more, click here.