Paul Gaske, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Hughes’ North America Division, Has Been Inducted into SSPI’s Hall of Fame April 15, 2020 Company News false This Award recognizes satellite industry pioneers for significant achievements In March, Space & Satellite Professionals International (SSPI) inducted Paul Gaske, executive vice president and general manager of Hughes’ North America division into its Space & Satellite Hall of Fame. Gaske was recognized for his invaluable contributions as a visionary who helped transform life for the better through space and satellite technology. In a particularly poignant ceremony, Gaske was presented his award by Pradman Kaul, president of Hughes, who is also a member of the Hall of Fame, inducted in 2009. The two leaders have been together at Hughes as colleagues and friends for more than 40 years. In his remarks, Kaul noted that successfully rolling out HughesNet® as a consumer service required decades of innovation and leadership by Gaske. In his acceptance remarks, Gaske said, “I have been lucky to work with many SSPI Hall of Fame members throughout my career and their achievements have always inspired me.” He recalled joining what was then Digital Communications Corporation (DCC) in 1977, shortly after coming out of the University of Maryland’s graduate school. He progressed from being a new employee intrigued by the idea of satellite communications into product management, marketing, and international business. He then led the consumer products and services group which launched HughesNet. Today, with more than 1.5 million consumer and business subscribers, HughesNet is the largest satellite Internet service in the world. Gaske humbly recapped milestones in his career at Hughes, as well as thanked many colleagues by name. He closed by recognizing his wife Ellen who has been by his side throughout his storied career, offering encouragement, advice, and support. Members of SSPI’s Hall of Fame are considered pioneers in communications, aerospace, scientific research, or the development and delivery of space and satellite applications for business, institutions and government. Induction is based on a record of significant achievement with lasting value. This was the 19th Hall of Fame induction. Categories See All Connecting the Unconnected (34) Satellite is Essential (33) Company News (32) JUPITER System (27) HughesNet (23) HughesON Managed Networks (16) SD-WAN (15) Community Wi-Fi (13) Interoperability (10) Cellular Backhaul (10) Emergency Communications (9) Mobility (7) HughesON Digital Signage (1) Popular Blogs Mega-constellations, Multi-transport Networks and Managing the Hybrid, Connected FutureOct 27, 2020 Preparing the Airline Industry for What’s NextNov 20, 2020 Connecting the Most Remote Villages in IndiaNov 27, 2020 Takeaways from 2020Dec 8, 2020 Related Posts See All Connecting the Most Remote Villages in India November 27, 2020 Mega-constellations, Multi-transport Networks and Managing the Hybrid, Connected Future October 27, 2020 A Call for Spectrum Reform: An Issue We Can All Stand Behind Jennifer A. Manner, Senior Vice President, Regulatory Affairs October 13, 2020 Hughes Network Systems “Innovation Day” Highlights Edge Computing Possibilities August 04, 2020 Tony Bardo Receives Fed100 Award April 15, 2018 ENJOY THIS POST? Provide your email below to receive a monthly round-up of what’s happening in the world of connectivity! First Name Last Name Email Company Campaign ID CAPTCHA This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.