Hughes unveils high QoS satellite service for VNOs and telecom service providers

Telecom Lead America: Hughes Network Systems has launched
Hughes High QoS Service that enables virtual network operators (VNOs) and
service providers to offer high-bandwidth Internet and private network access
to customers.

The company claims that Hughes High QoS Service is a
turnkey, bundled package of hardware, software, and network hub capacity that
operates out of Hughes teleport facilities.

The service is available across North and South American
footprint based on three Ku-band satellite beams.

Hughes High QoS Service enables providers to deliver a
range of offerings, from a single high-throughput circuit or trunk, to custom
private networks that support value-added applications such as VoIP and video.
User can avoid making up-front capital expenditures for network infrastructure.

Hughes High QoS Service is well suited for providers
serving specialized industries such as oil/gas exploration, maritime, and
mining, or wherever reliable managed networks are necessary and locations are
often remote.

“We designed the Hughes High QoS Satellite Service
to give service providers and VNOs greater flexibility in choosing the right
solution for their business needs and those of their customers,” said Sam
Baumel, vice president, SME Sales & Marketing at Hughes.

The turnkey offering includes HX ExpertNMS, a graphical,
easy-to-use network management system with monitoring and diagnostic tools to
optimize network performance. This enables providers to provision accounts
quickly, customize service plans, and sell broadband as a higher-value managed
service offering.

Hughes High QoS Service is also highly scalable. Service
providers can start small with low risk and easily grow their networks both in
capacity and geographically, as business demand grows.

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