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Hughes’ Jupiter System Selected By 3 African Telecom Companies

Three African telecom companies have selected the Hughes Jupiter System to power delivery of satellite broadband services for their customers. According to the release, Botswana Telecommunications, Satcom Networks Africa (SatCoNet), and an East African telecommunications company each chose the Jupiter System based on its performance, operational efficiency, and customer experience.

Botswana Telecommunications is using the Jupiter System to expand its high-speed business broadband service in Botswana. The first phase of deployment includes hundreds of remote terminals connecting businesses and homes. SatCoNet, the only native Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) operator in Tanzania, also chose the Jupiter System to improve their service offering for the market with better throughput. One of the largest telecommunications companies in East Africa will implement the Jupiter System for video and broadband service in schools. The technology refresh begins with 1,000 sites, improving high-speed satellite performance and evolving their solution to meet growing demand.

Hughes is committed to the growth of our operations in Africa, and we have tripled our dedicated sales and engineering support across the continent to serve growing broadband demand,” said Hughes Regional Director, International Dharmendra Singh. “Our Jupiter System enables service providers to improve their offerings and deliver a wide range of applications supporting economic and social development across Africa — helping close the digital divide, which is our global mission.” – Satellite Today

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