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Hughes Network Systems, LLC (HUGHES) is the global leader in providing broadband satellite networks and services for large enterprises, governments, small businesses, and consumers. HughesNet encompasses all broadband internet solutions and managed services from Hughes, bridging the best of satellite and terrestrial technologies. Hughes has shipped more than 1.2 million systems to customers in over 100 countries. Its broadband satellite products are based on the IPoS (IP over Satellite) global standard, approved by the TIA, ETSI, and ITU standards organizations.
Headquartered outside Washington, DC, in Germantown, Maryland, USA, Hughes maintains sales and support offices worldwide. Hughes is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hughes Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ:HUGH).
Customer Support and Service
Hughes offers complete turnkey solutions, including program management, installation, training, maintenance and support, or professional and rapid deployment anywhere, worldwide.
At the Hughes Network Operations Centers, experienced engineers monitor customer networks 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. And this is backed by an extensive field operations organization that provides reliable, responsive service to all our customers.
Shared hubs that give businesses more options
Besides supplying dedicated networks to customers and service providers worldwide, Hughes owns and operates a global base of HughesNet shared hub services throughout the United States, Brazil, China, Europe, and India. Customers of HughesNet shared hub services can realize the many benefits of broadband by satellite without having to build and operate their own dedicated hubs.