Hughes looks at matchup against Starlink today, Amazon’s Kuiper tomorrow; OneWeb and other LEO deals are key

by Peter B. de Selding

WASHINGTON — Staunch the hemorrhaging of consumer broadband subscribers to SpaceX Starlink, focus on enterprise markets that insist on service-level commitments that Starlink will not sign, and build its LEO business with OneWeb and other constellations.

That’s the strategy of EchoStar’s Hughes division as it remakes itself inside the merged EchoStar and Dish Network companies and makes maximum use of its Jupiter 3 broadband satellite, in service over the Americas since December.

In an interview, Hughes chief operating office Paul Gaske . . .

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