With New Contracts, Hughes India Builds Momentum Across Defence Sector September 10, 2019 Satcom Company News true On the water and in the air, Hughes SATCOM solutions power military communications on the move for India Hughes Communications India Ltd (HCIL) was selected for two key military-based agreements, building momentum across the defense sector and helping to ensure state-ofthe-art communications for India’s armed forces. First, Hughes will provide a high-performance satellite broadband system for India’s Naval Communication Network (NCN), which will power broadband services across the Navy’s mainland and island sites. Second, in a significant teaming agreement, Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), a state-owned aerospace and defense company, together with Hughes will provide SATCOM solutions for helicopters under India’s Ministry of Defence. Sterlite Tech, a global data network solutions company and the systems integrator for the Indian Navy’s digital network, chose the Hughes systems to deliver C- and Ku-band satellite services as part of its hybrid IP-MPLS network. Designed and optimized for carrier-grade IP broadband networking and specialized applications, the Hughes ground system scales from hundreds to thousands of high-performance remote terminals. “With Hughes advanced global satellite systems, we will bring in ease-of-network management through seamless connectivity even in tough and remote island terrains for the Indian Navy, boosting national security,” said KS Rao, CEO, Telecom Services Business, Sterlite Tech. For India’s Ministry of Defence, BEL and Hughes will develop SATCOM solutions for helicopters, enabling BLoS links for real-time and assured communications using Ku-band satellites. In India, BEL is a well-known public sector enterprise with expertise in the design, development, engineering and manufacture of strategic defense, radar and weapon SATCOM systems. “We are proud to have been awarded these critical communications infrastructure projects,” said Shivaji Chatterjee, senior vice president and head of Enterprise Business, HCIL. “They are a testament to our in-country record of delivering leading technology solutions and supporting homeland security. Our military will benefit from improved voice, video, and data experiences across fixed and mobile sites, and secure real-time communications in the air environment.” Categories See All Connecting the Unconnected (33) Satellite is Essential (31) Company News (30) JUPITER System (24) HughesNet (23) HughesON Managed Networks (16) SD-WAN (15) Community Wi-Fi (13) Satcom (10) Interoperability (10) Cellular Backhaul (10) Emergency Communications (9) Mobility (7) HughesON Digital Signage (1) Popular Blogs Can In-flight Connectivity Rival “At Home” Service?Aug 18, 2020 Experts See Backhaul over Satellite as Essential in Reducing Connectivity DivideAug 25, 2020 Two Strategies to Address Top CIO ConcernsAug 25, 2020 Looking for a Clear Path to Better Network Performance, Increased Security and Reduced Costs?Aug 25, 2020 Satellite Delivers Essential Connectivity to Students and Teachers Around the WorldSep 10, 2020 Related Posts See All 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 Powering a Connected Future for Military Satellite Communications April 15, 2018 AWARDS: Bringing Customers Award-winning Leadership July 15, 2018 ENJOY THIS POST? This blog was featured in the September edition of our newsletter. 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.