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Hughes Selects Motive Software Solution

Motive, Inc. announced that Hughes Network Systems, LLC (Hughes), the world's leading provider of broadband satellite solutions, will use Motive software to build intelligent automation into its broadband offerings, greatly simplifying the process of rolling out and supporting new high-speed Internet services. With this announcement, Motive is now the only vendor providing broadband management solutions to service providers in the DSL, cable, and satellite markets.

Hughes pioneered the development of high-speed satellite Internet services, which it sells globally. Available to consumers, small office/home office, and commercial enterprises, Hughes is rapidly expanding its subscriber base, and is increasingly focused on gaining efficiencies in rolling out and supporting new services.

�After a thorough competitive analysis, we selected Motive software to help us accelerate the delivery, reduce the support costs, and streamline the management of broadband services,� said Chuck McClain, vice president of Customer Service at Hughes Network Systems. �We also view Motive as a supplier that can expand with us to provide support to new products and service lines as they emerge.�

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