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Hughes’ Tony Bardo: Mixed Connectivity Approach Critical for Govt. Communications

TYSONS CORNER, VA, April 13, 2018 — Tony Bardo, assistant vice president of Hughes Network Systems‘ government solutions business, has said communication service providers should offer multiple connectivity options to public sector customers in order to address critical situations, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday.

Via Satellite reported Wednesday that Bardo favored a mixed approach for interoperability between terrestrial and satellite networks in efforts to build on resiliency, particularly in support of government agencies.

“What really works is a solution whereby any critical agency [can] have multiple paths with which to communicate,” Bardo said in the interview.

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