Hughes Gets National Long Distance License From DOT

By January 19th, 2012 AT 12:44 PM

Hughes Communications one of the largest provider of  VSAT service provider today announced that it has received a license to operate and offer National Long Distance Services (NLD) from the Department of Telecommunications.

Hughes Gets National Long Distance License From DOT

The National Long Distance License license would enable Hughes to largely enhance its portfolio of services. This would allow Hughes to provide backhaul services to Telecom service providers of Cellular (2G/3G), Media & FM service providers and Broadband fixed & Wireless services (LTE/BWA).

The backhaul solutions have been specifically developed for mobile operators to enable cost-effective service expansion into rural markets. These services are delivered by the HCIL Managed Network Services platform.

HCIL’s solutions provide high quality links while optimizing space segment resource utilization by coupling appropriate satellite technology with intelligent traffic optimization.

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