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Low-latency consumer satellite service from Hughes

Satellite communications specialist Hughes Network Systems has started rolling out a new low-latency satellite Internet offering to consumers in select US markets. Available as HughesNet Fusion plans, the company says the multipath offering seamlessly blends Geostationary (GEO) satellite and wireless technologies into a fast and responsive satellite Internet experience. “With HughesNet Fusion plans, we are […]

September 12, 2022

Satellite Industry Forum makes successful return

The Asia Video Industry Association was finally able to host its annual Satellite Industry Forum in-person in Singapore on May 31st 2022 after a two-year hiatus, bringing together over 120 delegates from around the world and some of the satellite industry’s most foremost leaders.Opening the Forum this year was keynote speaker, Steve Collar, Chief Executive […]

June 3, 2022

Hughes selected by Eutelsat to power Konnect VHTS

Hughes Network Systems, a specialist in satellite and multi-transport technologies and networks, has announced that Eutelsat Communications selected the Hughes Jupiter System Series 3 to enable services on the new Eutelsat Konnect VHTS (Very High-Throughput Satellite). Currently under construction and expected to launch in 2022, Konnect VHTS will provide fixed broadband and mobility connectivity across […]

September 8, 2021

Hughes seeking more LatAm capacity

Hughes Network Systems, a subsidiary business of EchoStar, is looking for extra satellite capacity to keep up with demand from its growing Latin American services. Hughes’ latest numbers show that it is supplying satellite broadband to 1.54 million homes. However, US subscribers declined some 20,000 as at June 30th, while Latino subs grew 9,000 to […]

August 5, 2021By Chris Forrester

Report: Satellite broadband market to triple

To date, satellite broadband has enjoyed limited success. Suppliers such as Viasat of California, Hughes Network Systems and Paris-based Eutelsat have made some limited headway in supplying consumers and businesses from geo-stationary but numerically modest subscriber numbers. That’s about to change, says research specialist Euroconsult. It is Euroconsult’s first-ever

March 30, 2021By Chris Forrester