Galaxy Broadband Expands Router Portfolio

[Satellite TODAY 06-13-12] Canadian satellite company Galaxy Broadband has added the Hughes HN9200 and HN9400 broadband satellite routers to its product portfolio, the company confirmed June 12.

   The agreement makes Galaxy Broadband the first independent commercial service provider in North America to offer services using the Hughes HN9200 and HN9400 Ka- and Ku-band routers. Hughes introduced the terminals to their product line in late 2010.
   “With the Hughes dual-band terminals, we can offer our customers enhanced traffic processing capability achieving speeds up to 10 Mbps, the best-in-class features of bandwidth efficiency, quality of service and ease of remote commissioning for faster deployments,” Galaxy Broadband Founder and CEO Rick Hodgkinson said in a statement. “The HN9200 and 9400 routers completely integrate into our current hub infrastructure, giving Galaxy one of the most stable and efficient networks in the world.”

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