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Global Top Twenty of 2010
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Top Teleport Operators

The Global Top Twenty ranks companies based on revenues from all customized communications sources and includes operators of teleports, satellite fleets and fiber networks.  Two companies make their debut on the Global Top Twenty – Hughes and MTN.  In order from largest to smallest, the Global Top Twenty of 2010 are:

Intelsat S.A. (Luxembourg) Through a global fleet of 50+ 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.
2.SES (Luxembourg) SES is a network of satellite operators reaching 99% of the world's population via a fleet of 40 satellites, operating mainly through SES ASTRA in Europe, SES WORLD SKIES in North and South America, Africa the Middle East and Asia.
3.Eutelsat (France) Eutelsat provides capacity on 24 satellites that offer television and radio broadcasting for consumers, professional video broadcasts, corporate networks, Internet services and mobile communications, and operates teleports and uplink facilities in more than a dozen European countries.
4.Hughes Network Systems (USA) Hughes provides broadband satellite networks and services for large enterprises, governments, small businesses, and consumers. Hughes has shipped more than 1.2 million systems to customers in over 100 countries. Its broadband satellite products are based on the IPoS (IP over Satellite) global standard, approved by the TIA, ETSI, and ITU standards organizations.
5.Telesat (Canada) Telesat operates a fleet of satellites and a network of teleports throughout the Americas. Telesat has a global fleet of 13 satellites with another 2 satellites under construction, and manages the operations of 13 additional satellites for third parties.
6.Stratos Global (USA) Stratos offers customers operating in remote locations a variety of wireless, IP, data, and voice solutions, and serves an array of diverse markets including government, military, media, aeronautical, industrial, recreational and maritime users anywhere in the world.
7.Singapore Telecommunications Limited (Satellite Business Unit) (Singapore) With more than 30 years of experience in fixed satellite solutions and over 20 years experience in mobile satellite solutions, SingTel Satellite has been proven to be a leading provider of customized satellite solutions for industries such as broadcast, business continuity, remote telephony, data communications, emergency relief operations, maritime and offshore.
8.GlobeCast (France) A subsidiary of France Telecom, GlobeCast is a content management and delivery company operating a network of teleports and fiber to manage and transport 10 million hours of video and other rich media yearly.
9.Arqiva Broadcast & Media (UK) Arqiva is a provider of co-located broadband satellite and broadcast services and is the trusted expert in content storage, manipulation, management and delivery. The company was named as Teleport Operator of the Year in 2003 and again in 2007.
10.EchoStar Satellite Services (USA) EchoStar delivers fixed satellite services from nine owned and leased satellites and operates a network of 10 full-service digital broadcast centers and leased fiber optic capacity with points of presence in approximately 150 cities.
11.CapRock Communications (USA) CapRock delivers world-class satellite communications to the world's harshest and most remote locations. With teleports in the US, Europe and Asia, CapRock provides services that enable its clients to communicate in real-time virtually anywhere in the world.
12.Thaicom Public Company Ltd (Thailand) Formerly Shin Satellite, Thaicom operates five satellites and provides transponder leasing, Internet services and telephone services from its Thaicom Satellite Station near Bangkok.
13.Globecomm Systems (USA) Globecomm integrates satellite into network applications in order to provide reliable, high-quality connection to the edge of the network, broadcast one-to-many, and support bandwidth-hungry applications for media & entertainment, telecom, enterprise and government markets.
14.Hispasat (Spain) Hispasat operates seven satellites serving Europe, the Americas and North Africa and providing broadband access to the Internet, interactive and multimedia services, and high quality video conferencing.
15.Telenor Satellite Broadcasting (Norway) TSBc provides extensive television broadcasting services for distribution and contribution applications to broadcasters throughout Europe, utilizing a hybrid network, comprising terrestrial circuits, earth stations and the satellite fleet.
16.Asiasat (China) AsiaSat operates three in-orbit satellites and Hong Kong-based teleports providing access to more than 50 countries and regions and two-thirds of the world's population.
17.MTN Satellite Communications, Inc., (USA) MTN provides satellite communications, connectivity and content services to remote locations around the world for the commercial, military and government users. Customers worldwide count on MTN Satellite Communications and the Holmdel, NJ Teleport, as they have for 20 years.
18.TeleCommunication Systems (Government Services) (USA) With teleports in Manassas, Virginia, Baltimore, Maryland, and Germany, TCS offers the flexibility and end-to-end solution needed for today's mission-critical communications.
19.RRsat Global Communications (Israel) RRsat provides uplink, downlink, turnaround and playout services, offering end-to-end transmission for TV, radio and data channels. RRsat also offers production services including channel distribution and backhaul services, SNG and occasional feed services.
20.Spacenet (USA) Spacenet is the leader in managed wireless VSAT and hybrid terrestrial networks for business and government users worldwide, plus satellite broadband Internet services for home and small office across the United States.

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