World VoIP NewsCompany Hughes launches corporate broadband VoIP for Governmental applicationsCompany Hughes launches corporate broadband VoIP for Governmental applications

Company Hughes launches corporate broadband VoIP for Governmental applications

Company Hughes launches corporate broadband VoIP for Governmental applications
Hughes Network Systems, LLC (HUGHES), the industrial leader in broadband satellite digital applications announced the general availability of its managed VoIP solution for the government market. The brand name of the technology is Hughes ActiveQoS™ and it is designed to deliver best voice quality over affordable broadband, removing the needs for intermediate agencies to invest in expensive, or leased line Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) networks.
Hughes ActiveQoS technology is being organically integrated into the existing customer installations and dynamically adapts to provisional network congestion over the broadband network. Hughes ActiveQoS includes group of innovative optimization techniques methods, such as traffic measuring and monitoring, network change adaptation, and traffic prioritization, to ensure that real-time, latency sensitive applications, such as voice, get through on an end-to-end basis. As a result, government users enjoy a high-quality voice experience with minimal packet loss and signal dispersion.

"Many agencies—particularly federal organizations at the field office, bureau, and division-level—often have been unable to justify deploying a managed VoIP solution," said Tony Bardo, assistant vice president for Government Solutions at Hughes. "The benefits of converging voice and data are well known, and now government customers, especially these small and medium-sized agencies, can reap those benefits to reduce operational costs."

As the rule of thumb, Governmental entities have had to deal with numerous local service providers to address the voice and data transmission needs of their small and medium-sized remote offices. Hughes brings up the possibility to consolidate all their voice and data capabilities nationwide under a single managed services provider deploying cost-effective combination of broadband network technologies. The Hughes VoIP solution includes both hosted VoIP, as well as Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunking services, and offers full number portability.

"Federal agencies can now take advantage of a full-full featured VoIP solution that improves operations and employee efficiency and provides a better customer experience, while simultaneously lowering infrastructure costs. I call that a win-win- win," said Bardo.

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