Broadband Services Throughout Indonesia Enabled by PSN with the Hughes JUPITER System July 15, 2018 Connecting the Unconnected , JUPITER System false Hughes was recently selected by Pasifik Satelit Nusantara (PSN), the oldest private telecommunication and information service provider in Indonesia, to provision the JUPITER™ System for broadband services over the PSN VI High-Throughput Satellite (HTS). “PSN required a robust and scalable ground architecture to support the volume of users and traffic that we expect to serve with PSN VI,” said Adi Rahman Adiwoso, Chief Executive Officer at PSN. “In 2017, Internet user penetration in Indonesia was only 39.7 percent, leaving approximately six million Indonesia households without Internet connectivity. With our PSN IV and the JUPITER system, PSN will deliver high-speed Internet access, including Wi-Fi hotspots, helping bridge the digital divide in Indonesia, reaching unconnected households and businesses throughout the region.” The comprehensive Hughes solution includes HG240 Gateways, a variety of remote Hughes HT terminals, and a central network management system for efficient bandwidth allocation and operational control, enabling PSN to deliver satellite broadband services to consumers and businesses across Indonesia. The JUPITER System features enhanced networking capabilities and supports speeds up to 300 Mbps to an individual terminal, making it the ideal solution for supporting the high-growth potential of PSN’s broadband offerings. 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 Preparing the Airline Industry for What’s NextNov 20, 2020 Connecting the Most Remote Villages in IndiaNov 27, 2020 Takeaways from 2020Dec 8, 2020 Adaptive Coding and Modulation Now Available for TDMA Return ChannelsOct 22, 2020 Mega-constellations, Multi-transport Networks and Managing the Hybrid, Connected FutureOct 27, 2020 Related Posts See All Takeaways from 2020 December 08, 2020 Connecting the Most Remote Villages in India November 27, 2020 Preparing the Airline Industry for What’s Next November 20, 2020 Adaptive Coding and Modulation Now Available for TDMA Return Channels October 22, 2020 The Simple Solution for Digital Inclusion September 29, 2020 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.