Bridge Broadband Services Announces launch of HN7000s terminal for Satellite Broadband

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October 2006, Perth, Scotland, Bridge Broadband Services Ltd in conjunction with Hughes Network Systems Europe announces the launch of the new HN7000S terminal for satellite broadband.

The HN7000S, part of the HughesNet family, is a high-performance broadband satellite router designed to provide high-speed access for the consumer, small office/home office, and enterprise markets. Designed to provide both versatility and performance, it provides unsurpassed performance for even the most bandwidth-intensive applications. It also operates with all Hughes HN systems and is compatible with the industry standards IPoS, DVB-S and DVB-S2.

General Manager Keith Fergie comments, "Prices start from a highly competitive €1,160 for a 74cm system and with service plans designed for home users all the way to medium enterprises, the HN7000s is the ideal choice for satellite broadband throughout Europe and the Middle East."

The all new HN7000S will be accompanied by an aggressive channel pricing strategy designed to reduce the barriers to entry, open up new markets and appeal to more cost conscious customers wanting to leverage the Hughes brand and the broadband expertise of Bridge Broadband Services Ltd.

"The combination of an HS7000 on the appropriate Grade of Service and our GuardianBox, is unbeatable in terms of performance, price and value for money for any satellite broadband requirement," concludes Fergie.

About Bridge Broadband Services Limited

Bridge Broadband Services Limited was formed in 1998, initially to provide high-speed broadband services for more remote areas using satellite technology. This has seen the company develop business both locally and internationally meeting the need for secure satellite based high-speed networks in challenging and remote environments.

A high profile success was with the Mobile Online Learning Initiative (MOLI) a training classroom in a coach that has traveled all over Scotland since 2003 hosting over 2000 people on the satellite broadband driven workstations. The same technology was used by Bridge to provide the connectivity for Robbie William’s European Tour. In 2004 the company launched the first version of its GuardianBox, offering secure broadband connectivity for home users and small businesses.

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For Bridge Broadband Services Ltd

Keith Fergie

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+44 (0) 1738 583220


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