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The Federal Broadband Minute, provided by Hughes. If your agency's communications network was tailored to your needs, what would it look like? Would your small and medium-sized field offices connect to the cloud and run applications with optimal bandwidth efficiency? Would your ideal network be cost effective, and able to leverage the benefits of GSA programs? Would it provide path-diverse communications that support COOP for the same price as your primary network service? And with your network, would you have confidence in secure connectivity, especially for teleworkers? Say yes to all these questions and meet the government field office of the future today from Hughes. With decades of experience and a comprehensive suite of solutions and partners, Hughes is able to deliver agencies a powerful, national managed broadband service providing voice, video, and data where, when, and how you need it.
It doesn't necessarily take a disaster or cyber attack to knock out a terrestrial communications network—a simple construction error or backhoe cut can do it. A diverse-path, satellite backup solution to a primary landline network is essential to ensure Continuity-of-Operations, or COOP, to keep defense networks running, no matter the situation. National Programs must have a COOP back-up for broadband connections with inherent security functions to protect voice, video, and data transmissions. Hughes defense solutions meet U.S. TRANSEC and FIPS 140-2 Security Level 2 standards for secure, global connectivity wherever your mission may take you. Hughes has the technologies and experience to deliver the right COOP solutions on time and on budget.
The U.S. military is increasingly deploying airborne video surveillance applications to aid in a variety of operations, such as natural disaster assessment, homeland defense and protection, as well as military intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions. Only satellite networks can provide unconstrained coverage over land and water, enabling critical information to be shared in real-time with command and control locations. Whether your mission is to secure our country's borders, operate UAV networks, or provide situational awareness beyond-the-line-of-sight, Hughes has the scalable airborne solution to meet your requirements, anywhere in the world. Hughes commercial Airborne Broadband Solutions are interoperable, can work seamlessly within your current operational network, and fit into your tightly constrained budget. Hughes solutions are ideal for both fixed wing and rotary aircraft.
Only satellite can support real-time communications everywhere in the field - whether in the air, on the ground, or at sea. Hughes provides advanced communications-on-the-move solutions with global coverage. Their solutions meet U.S. government security requirements, including FIPS and TRANSEC, and operate on multiple bands and waveforms. Hughes products comply with open, commercial standards enabling easy integration with existing systems. Their team of highly-skilled and cleared engineers stands ready to work with you to meet your mission requirements.
Assistant VP for Government Solutions
Hughes Network Systems
April 21st, 2009