Resilient Networking: Delivering Mission-Critical Connectivity with Reliability and Flexibility

For several years, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has been calling for SATCOM flexibility and interoperability. Indeed, in 2017, DoD tapped Hughes for a study to help assess the ideal hybrid SATCOM architecture and how diverse systems can work together. Hughes, based on experience with satellite networking for critical infrastructure operations, recommended that DoD pursue a SATCOM strategy that supports interoperability for wideband government applications to enhance communications infrastructure and reduce acquisition and operations costs.

Hughes TMA makes networking resilient. Agnostic with regard to provider and manufacturer, TMA automates functions that used to require lengthy and often dangerous field visits. Based on DoD Flexible Modem/Terminal Interface standards, which Hughes helped design to support interoperability and flexibility across diverse terminal resources, TMA delivers the ultimate in SATCOM flexibility, ensuring resilient networking for land, aero and maritime communications.

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