Hughes Network Systems
launches its managed VoIP solution for the distributed enterprise. Using the new Hughes ActiveQoS technology, Hughes can provide superior voice quality over affordable broadband, eliminating the need for customers to invest in expensive leased line MPLS networks.
ActiveQoS Ensures High Quality Voice
Hughes ActiveQoS technology is integrated into the Hughes customer premise equipment and actively monitors and adapts to network congestion over the broadband network. Hughes ActiveQoS incorporates several innovative optimization methods, including traffic metering, network change adaptation, and traffic prioritization, to ensure that real-time, latency sensitive applications, such as voice, are prioritized on an end-to-end basis. As a result, users enjoy a high-quality voice experience with minimal packet loss and jitter.
Large distributed enterprises typically have had to deal with dozens of local service providers to meet the voice and data needs at their branch locations. Hughes enables them to consolidate all their voice and data requirements nationwide under a single managed services provider employing the most cost-effective mix of broadband network transport technologies. The Hughes VoIP solution includes both hosted VoIP, as well as SIP trunking services, and offers full number portability.
Hughes VoIP with ActiveQoS is available now. Hughes is exhibiting at the National Retail Federation 2011 annual show, January 10 - 12 at the Javits Convention Center, New York, NY, exhibit booth #2717. The Hughes VoIP solution will be on display as part of "The Store of the Future" powered by Hughes exhibit.