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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s RadNet system monitors radiation levels of air, drinking water, pasteurized milk, and precipitation across the U.S. During 2013, the EPA will upgrade its existing network with the addition of Hughes satellite broadband technology. The Hughes solution includes its HN9000 broadband satellite terminal and a dedicated Access Gateway, supporting expansion and potential conversion into a private network. Under the order, Hughes will provide 50 sites with 12 months of satellite broadband service.
HughesNet Service Supports Repairs at Washington Monument In August 2011, a 5.8 magnitude earthquake 84 miles southwest of Washington, D.C. damaged the Washington Monument, the city’s most prominent structure and a popular tourist destination.
Work is now in progress to repair the damaged marble panels near the peak of the 555-foot tall marble obelisk, which honors founding father George Washington. With HughesNet® high-speed Internet service at one of the construction trailers, surely the repairs will go faster, hastening the reopening of this treasured monument for locals and visitors alike!
Distributed enterprises can now consolidate their nationwide voice and data requirements under a single managed services provider—with Hughes Enterprise VoIP. A full-featured, fully managed voice solution, Hughes Enterprise VoIP was named a 2012 INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year by TMC, a global, integrated media company.
The solution provides business-grade telephony over broadband terrestrial networks (DSL and cable), enabling enterprises to enjoy consistent high-quality voice over cost-effective broadband. Hughes Enterprise VoIP employs Hughes ActiveQoS™ technology to ensure proper treatment of voice packets on an end-to-end basis. This patent-pending technology monitors the network capacity in real-time and applies dynamic rate limiting and prioritization to control packet loss and jitter, resulting in high-quality voice calls for distributed enterprises.
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