India’s Reliance Jio Deploys JUPITER System to Connect Nationwide Satellite Backhaul Network December 15, 2018 Connecting the Unconnected , Satellite is Essential , Cellular Backhaul false More than 400 connected cell sites will extend 4G/LTE service to remote and rural areas beyond the reach of terrestrial backhaul service. Reliance Jio, the largest 4G and mobile broadband digital services provider in India, selected the Hughes JUPITER™ System to enable satellite backhaul connectivity to more than 400 of its 4G/LTE cellular sites in remote and rural locations. “After an extensive evaluation of the satellite technology on the market, we felt strongly that the Hughes JUPITER System, with its high-throughput terminals and future-proof multiservice capabilities, provided the ideal performance and efficiency for supporting connectivity to our 4G/LTE sites,” said Jyotindra Thacker, group president, Reliance Jio. “The JUPITER satellite system is key to our ability to provide ubiquitous and seamless connectivity to each and every part of the country, and we believe Hughes has the experience and expertise to support this large project.” “The fact that Jio selected Hughes to underpin this large 4G/LTE satellite backhaul network is a testament to the superior performance and efficiency enabled by our JUPITER System,” said Partho Banerjee, president, Hughes Communications India. “Satellite is the ideal technology for extending 4G/LTE service to remote and rural communities beyond the reach of terrestrial backhaul and for connecting the unconnected in India.” The JUPITER System is a high-performance, field-proven satellite networking solution that backhauls all generations of cellular technologies, including 2G/3G/4G LTE. It delivers more than 200 Mbps of TCP throughput per terminal and includes built-in 4G/LTE optimization capabilities that yield from 30 to 60 percent bandwidth savings over conventional backhaul solutions. Under the agreement with Jio, Hughes India will provide a managed services solution, which includes network planning, implementation, operation, and maintenance. Categories See All Connecting the Unconnected (45) Satellite is Essential (40) Company News (39) JUPITER System (28) HughesNet (23) HughesON Managed Networks (17) Community Wi-Fi (15) SD-WAN (15) Interoperability (11) Podcast (11) Emergency Communications (11) Cellular Backhaul (10) Mobility (7) HughesON Digital Signage (1) Popular Blogs Innovations that Changed the Industry: The Two-Way VSATFeb 22, 2021 Audio Podcast Interview with Rick Lober, VP/GM Defense and Intelligence Systems Division, Hughes Network SystemsFeb 17, 2021 EM Weekly Podcast Episode: When Disaster Strikes, Staying Connected MattersFeb 19, 2021 Frost & Sullivan Recognizes Hughes India for LeadershipMar 24, 2021 Hughes “Digital Workers” Improve Field Service and Customer ExperienceMar 24, 2021 Related Posts See All EM Weekly Podcast Episode: When Disaster Strikes, Staying Connected Matters February 19, 2021 Audio Podcast Interview with Rick Lober, VP/GM Defense and Intelligence Systems Division, Hughes Network Systems February 17, 2021 Tech Talks Daily Interview with Mark Wymer, SVP North America Consumer Division January 18, 2021 Audio Podcast Interview with Dave Rehbehn, VP-International Division, Hughes Network Systems November 25, 2020 Connecting the Unconnected Part 6: The Future of Connectivity April 01, 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.