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Are your agency networks prepared for a crisis?

Are your agency networks prepared for a crisis? When a disaster strikes, terrestrial networks are most vulnerable to failure—and backing them up with other terrestrial technology means they can all fail. Only a true alternate path technology can ensure connectivity—satellite. Hughes Inter-Government Crisis Network, or IGCN, operates over SPACEWAY® 3—the world's first satellite with onboard switching and routing. IGCN is an inter-governmental network that is not subject to terrestrial failures when a disaster strikes. Private and secure, IGCN enables agencies to share critical information and coordinate decision-making rapidly and effectively during an emergency.

Tags: technology , Satcom Report , Hughes , IGCN , Spaceway3

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