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Globecomm’s Dwight Hunsicker: Satellite Network Tech to Support Gov’t Broadband Connectivity Demand

Dwight Hunsicker

TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 31, 2018 — Dwight Hunsicker, executive vice president and general manager of government solutions at Globecomm Systems, has said U.S. government agencies can utilize satellite network technologies to deliver secure and resilient broadband connectivity for deployed personnel, ExecutiveBiz reported July 17.

Hunsicker wrote in a Milsat Magazine guest piece that developments such as mobile satellite systems and high-throughput satellites work to support growing demand and changing requirements for broadband connectivity.

“[The] envelope must continually be pushed to expand throughput, increase connectivity and enhance the overall user experience,” he concluded.

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