Hughes: Viasat/Inmarsat has the bigger fleet, but we have global broadband relationships they don’t have

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — Satellite broadband hardware and service provider Hughes Network Systems said that while it does not own a satellite constellation like the combined assets of competitors Viasat and Inmarsat, it is ahead of them in striking agreements with partners around the world.

Hughes President Pradman P. Kaul said Hughes’s strategy has long been to enter a new territory by partnering with a company that has satellite capacity i the region. If the business develops, Hughes will create a joint venture.

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