Top Teleport Operators
Size is one way to understand to understand the teleport sector. Momentum is another.
The Fast Ten ranking celebrates companies that have achieved a high rate of year-over-year revenue growth in their most recent fiscal years. It is includes companies in all segments of the business, but tends to favor small to midsize companies over their global competitors, because large companies on average tend to grow more slowly. While eight of the Global Top Ten are international satellite carriers, only two satellite carriers appear on the Fast Ten ranking for 2006.
Revenues of the Fast Ten exceed $1.5 billion. Their most recent year-over-year revenue growth averaged 78% and ranged from a phenomenal 300% down to 10%. Click here for the Global Top Ten and the Independent Top Ten rankings, or to open a copy of the Top Operators report in Adobe PDF.
|1||Agiosat Global Communications (USA) Agiosat provides satellite-based, communication and network technologies and services through its own teleports and telecom facilities as well as shared infrastructure. ||300%|
|2||PROTEL (USA) PROTEL provides professional broadcasting services to television stations, corporations, government and news organizations, including SNG services, with a hub teleport in Homestead, Florida and fixed and mobile earth stations worldwide.||150%|
|3||CapRock Communications (USA) Through teleports in the Americas, Europe and Asia, CapRock delivers network services to the world's harshest and most remote locations, including oil & gas platforms, ships, construction & mining sites, and emergency/military operations. ||78%|
|4||Redwing Satellite Solutions (UK) A subsidiary of Bandwidth Technologies International Group, Redwing Satellite Solutions offers VSAT and Mobile satellite communications services via Inmarsat, Iridium and its greater London teleport. ||74%|
|5||UpLit (USA) New Orleans-based UpLit offers reliable, complete connectivity in the Gulf South, from simple broadcast uplinks to custom-designed and integrated satellite and fiber solutions for video, voice, and data.||52%|
|6||Loral Skynet (USA) Loral Skynet creates customer solutions using satellites over Asia, Europe and the Americas, a global fiber network, and teleports across the USA.||48%|
|7||Globecomm Systems (USA) GSI integrates satellite into network applications in order to offer total solutions incorporating systems design, integration, operation and service delivery via its own US-based teleport. ||22%|
|8||ND SatCom (Germany) ND SatCom is a global supplier of satellite-based broadband VSAT, broadcast and military communication network technologies and services for broadcast, enterprise, telecom, media, government and military environments, with teleports based in Europe.||20%|
|9||ATCi (USA) ATCI provides technology and services for the delivery of video content from its Chandler, Arizona teleport to the cable head-end, where its Simulsat full-arc multibeam antenna can receive signals from up to 35 satellites. ||20%|
|10||Intelsat (Bermuda) Through a global fleet of 28 satellites and teleports based in the US, Europe and Asia, Intelsat offers communications services and managed solutions to customers in approximately 200 countries and territories||10%|