Join the live broadcast of Paul Gaske, EVP and General Manager, North America Division, of Hughes Network Systems as he presents a keynote speech at Satellite Innovation 2021. His insights into the SATCOM industry are based upon years of success and he possesses the ability to analyze and distill technologies that ensure all benefit from his judgements. His advice is well worth the price of admission to this event — timely, astute, powerful and highly effective in assisting businesses manage and deploy key and extremely valid business decisions.
Keynote will begin at 9:30 AM October 7th.
Paul Gaske leads the North American Division of Hughes and is responsible for: HughesNet®, the company’s flagship satellite Internet service; the company’s managed network services for enterprise customers that incorporates satellite, wireless, and wireline technologies; the in-flight broadband business; as well as numerous SATCOM and emergency service solutions for government and military customers. Mr. Gaske also oversees Hughes manufacturing, which has produced and shipped more than 7 million terminals to-date, cementing the company’s global leadership in VSAT technology.
Mr. Gaske joined Hughes in 1977 as a digital design engineer and has held a variety of engineering, marketing and business management positions. Starting in 1996, Mr. Gaske led the launch and subsequent growth of the Hughes satellite internet service to its realization today as the largest satellite Internet network in the world, with connectivity for more than 1.5 million subscribers across two continents.
Mr. Gaske earned a Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland and a Master Degree in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University. A member of Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Phi and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IEEE). He holds numerous patents in satellite communications and broadband networking. He was also named the University of Maryland Clark School of Engineering “Distinguished Engineering Alumnus” in 2012. Mr. Gaske was inducted into the Space & Satellite Professionals International Hall of Fame in 2020.