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Smiggle, a fast-growing Australian stationery brand, recently selected Hughes Europe to provide HughesON Managed Network Services to all Smiggle’s UK stores. The comprehensive solution comprises business broadband DSL, including voice services, connecting Smiggle stores to the company’s stocking and distribution infrastructure and with secure, round-the-clock connectivity to the company’s headquar- ters in Australia. Back-up 3G routing technology ensures that in the event of a temporary service interruption, the connection will be maintained by seamless switchover to wireless networks.
Deluxe Digital Cinema employs HughesON Managed Network Services to deliver the latest feature films to over 3,000 cinemas across Europe. Deluxe selected Hughes because of its unique flex- ibility in working with multiple in-country network providers and range of broadband technologies—including fiber, cable, and DSL—to ensure the best supplier/ connectivity option for each individual cinema site. In addition, Hughes was the only provider to offer the high-performance levels Deluxe needed to deliver a minimum 20 Mbps download speed across all locations—a comprehensive one-stop service with pan-Euro- pean coverage.
mecom (Medien-Communikations-Gesellschaft mbH), Germany’s leading company in the trans- mission of news in text, image, graphics, audio, and video formats, has chosen the high-performance Hughes HX broadband satellite system to power its network to meet growth plans. The new fault-tolerant solution includes broad- band satellite terminals and two Hughes HX central hubs, one of which will provide fully automatic redundancy as a backup.
BP Retail petroleum sites across Germany, Poland, the UK, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Austria, and Switzerland are using the Hughes Learning Portal, a fully-hosted Learning Management System (LMS) that enables organizations to easily deliver, manage, and track online training. BP needed a high degree of flexibility in its training program, including the ability to accommodate multiple languages, support different branding schemes, and integrate with other internal BP systems. At the same time, it had to be flexible enough to address the unique needs of key stakeholders in seven different countries, all with varying requirements of compliance, data privacy, and commercial demands. Finally, the solution needed to accommodate the needs of different types of BP Retail sites, including dealer-owned, company-owned, and franchised. The Hughes Learning Portal filled the bill.
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