Germantown-based broadband satellite networks and services company Hughes Network Systems LLC was awarded an IDIQ contract Monday by the Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) to deliver networking services to more than 130 state agencies.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Under the contract vehicle, state and local agencies in Oklahoma can select from a range of broadband solutions for each location, including those which lack adequate wireline connectivity. For example, the Hughes HTS satellite service offers 25 Mbps download speeds across the state and can be used to connect dispersed sites such as park offices, environmental stations or other facilities that may be limited by slow DSL and MPLS services or have no wireline services at all.
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