Hughes launches new network satellite & LTE capabilities for OneWeb Service
Category: #tech  | By Nikita Chaurasia  | Date: 2022-03-23 |
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Hughes launches new network satellite & LTE capabilities for OneWeb Service

Hughes Network Systems, LLC, a leading innovator in multi-transport technologies, network, and satellite for almost 50 years, has successfully unveiled two latest technologies at the SATELLITE 2022 trade show in Washington DC.  

Reportedly, the brand’s executives demonstrated the latest innovation that seamlessly merges LTE transports and Geostationary (GEO) into one low-latency, reliable broadband internet network for the users.

Furthermore, Hughes displayed the other new technology for flat-panel, electronically steerable antennas which includes a model for providing OneWeb Low Earth Orbit (LEO) connectivity solutions.

Pradman Kaul, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder at Hughes, stated that with the LTE capability, hybrid JUPITER satellite, and the advanced flat panel LEO antenna, the company is comprehending a multi-transport aim for its partners and customers.

Pradman mentioned that the new technological presentations at SATELLITE’22 are a proof of their endured engineering headship on the journey to a unified, worldwide ecosystem of multi-orbit and terrestrial satellite connectivity.

Apparently, as the operator and owner of HughesNet, Hughes continues multiplying its service provisions with enhanced data, fast speed, and network optimizations.

As per credible reports, the company has created the unified GEO satellite-LTE capability that employs Hughes Active Technologies to send data seamlessly and intelligently through the ideal transport path in an attempt to reduce the time it takes to transmit an internet signal,.

The presentation recorded recently involved imitation of a typical house by operating six varied applications like interactive data and streaming video simultaneously by using a commercial LTE service and JUPITER 2 GEO satellite by Hughes.

As a result, the hybrid service provided average latency of 40 milliseconds along with a clear snappy response while enjoying a multiplayer video game and browsing the internet.

Hughes plans to provide the hybrid service to its users in selective US markets following a test run in 2021.

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