January 21, 2021 11:24 am
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Reliance Jio selects Hughes JUPITER System for satellite connectivity

Under the agreement with Jio, Hughes India will provide a managed service to include network planning, implementation, operation and maintenance.

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said that Infocomm has selected the to enable satellite connectivity to more than 400 4G/LTE sites in remote and rural locations. Under the agreement with Jio, Hughes India will provide a managed service to include network planning, implementation, operation and maintenance.

“After an extensive evaluation of the satellite technology on the market, we felt strongly that the Hughes JUPITER System, with its high-throughput terminals and future-proof multiservice capabilities, provided the ideal performance and efficiency for supporting connectivity to our 4G/LTE sites,” said Jyotindra Thacker, group president, Reliance Jio. “The JUPITER satellite system is key to enabling our vision of providing ubiquitous and seamless connectivity to each and every part of the country, and we believe Hughes has the experience and expertise to support this large project.”

“The fact that Jio selected Hughes to underpin this large 4G/LTE satellite backhaul network is a testament to the superior performance and efficiency enabled by our JUPITER System,” said Partho Banerjee, president, Hughes Communications India. “Satellite is the ideal technology for extending 4G/LTE service to remote and rural communities beyond the reach of terrestrial backhaul, and we look forward to working with Jio to support its work in connecting the unconnected in India.”

The JUPITER System is a satellite networking solution that backhauls all generations of cellular technologies. The system delivers more than 200 Mbps of TCP throughput per terminal and includes built-in 4G/LTE optimization capability that can yield 30 to 60 percent bandwidth savings versus that of standard satellite backhaul solutions, said the company.

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