Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Hughes 9450-C11 uses the smallest mobile antenna on market

Hughes Network Systems, LLC (HUGHES), the global leader in broadband satellite networks and services, today announced the availability of the Hughes 9450-C11 BGAN land mobile satellite terminal for operation over Inmarsat’s Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN) satellite service. Hughes has the only Class 11 BGAN terminal, on the global market, with the smallest mobile BGAN antenna of its kind and built-in Wi-Fi.

The Hughes 9450-C11 provides high performance, mobile satellite connectivity for the most demanding environments. Budget-friendly and feature rich, the 9450-C11 is ideal for global relief work organizations (NGOs), government, first responders, public safety, mobile healthcare, and remote mobile fleet personnel in industries such as utility, oil and gas, forestry, cable, and telecommunications.

“The Hughes 9450-C11 sets a commanding new level of capabilities in the land mobile satellite market,” said Graham Avis, vice president and general manager of mobile products group at Hughes. “It’s truly a game changer, delivering high performance and more features such as integrated Wi-Fi, in a smaller and superior package, than the competition.”

Users can collaborate reliably and efficiently using video, voice, and data simultaneously. The terminal is IP-based and offers selectable, dedicated Quality of Service (QoS) levels. In addition to being the only mobile BGAN terminal with an integrated Wi-Fi Access Point, the Hughes 9450-C11 has two RJ-11 ports, one for voice and one for fax, plus four (PoE) power over Ethernet ports to connect multiple devices. The terminal also supports ISDN circuit-switched voice calls, 3.1 KHz audio and 64 kbps ISDN data.

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