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Company Overview of Hughes Network Systems, LLC
Hughes Network Systems, LLC provides broadband satellite network services and systems to the consumer and enterprise markets in North America and internationally. The company delivers services using small aperture terminal satellite, digital subscriber line, and wireless transport platforms. It provides broadband connectivity services for applications, including high-speed Internet access, IP VPN, multicast file delivery and streaming, point-of-sale credit transactions, enterprise back-office communications, and satellite backup; managed network services, such as network design program management, installation management, network and application engineering, proactive network management, net...
11717 Exploration Lane
Germantown, MD 20876
Founded in 2004
Key Executives for Hughes Network Systems, LLC
Chairman of the Board of Managers, Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
Executive Vice President of International Division, Member of Executive Committee and Director of Hughes Network Systems Europe
Executive Vice President of North American Division
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Hughes Network Systems, LLC Key Developments
Hughes Network Systems Announces Revenue Results for the First Quarter of 2016
May 11 16
Hughes Network Systems announced revenue results for the first quarter of 2016. For the quarter, the company reported revenue of $326.2 million compared to $325.3 million a year ago.
Eutelsat Communications and Facebook Selects Hughes Network Systems, LLC to Supply its Jupiter System as Technology Platform for Satellite Broadband Services
May 10 16
Eutelsat Communications and Facebook have selected Hughes Network Systems, LLC (Hughes) to supply its JUPITER(TM) System as the technology platform for satellite broadband services that both companies are preparing to launch in Sub-Saharan Africa. With the selection of the JUPITER System, along with high-gain Ka-band spotbeam capacity provided by Spacecom's AMOS-6 satellite, Eutelsat and Facebook are assembling a dedicated infrastructure that will extend cost-effective broadband to areas of Sub-Saharan Africa beyond reach of fixed and mobile terrestrial networks. The AMOS-6 satellite is due to enter service in early 2017. The JUPITER System configuration purchased by Eutelsat includes three gateway stations, two centralized data centers, a comprehensive network management system and an initial number of user terminals. For Facebook, the system will support its Express Wi-Fi project, intended to expand connectivity to underserved locations by working closely with operators, Internet service providers, and local entrepreneurs. Eutelsat will employ the system as a key platform to drive growth of premium consumer and professional Internet connectivity services in Sub-Saharan Africa. Featuring a flexible and robust gateway architecture with lights-out operation, enhanced air interface for bandwidth efficiency, and high-throughput terminals, the JUPITER System enables operators to achieve the higher possible capacity and efficiency for any satellite broadband implementation. The foundational technology is the powerful JUPITER System on a Chip (SoC), a custom-designed VLSI (Very Large Scale Integration) processor employing a multi-core architecture and enabling more than 100 Mbps of throughput on every terminal in the JUPITER family.
Global Eagle Entertainment and Hughes Network Systems, LLC Expand 10-Year Relationship to Bring High-Throughput Ka-band Connectivity Services to North American Airlines
Mar 21 16
Global Eagle Entertainment Inc. and Hughes Network Systems, LLC announced an agreement under which Hughes will deliver satellite connectivity for GEE’s, multi-band airborne services utilizing the high-throughput Ka-band EchoStar XIX satellite, planned for launch in late 2016, to meet the ever-growing demand for higher performance in-flight connectivity over North America. In conjunction with the deployment of Hughes’ JUPITER™ System aeronautical modem, capable of over 200 Mbps of throughput per aircraft, GEE’s newest addition to its aeronautical broadband connectivity services will enable passengers to realize the full spectrum of application support and performance they enjoy on the ground.
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