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Top Teleport Operators

The Fast Twenty ranks all teleport-operating companies based on year-over-year revenue growth in their most recent fiscal years. Europe Media Port was the fastest of the fast for the second year in a row with an impressive 127%. New to the list are Cobbett Hill Earth Station, AsiaSat, Eutelsat, and MTN. From the fastest, the Fast Twenty of 2010 are:
Growth Rate
1.Europe Media Port (Cyprus) EMP is an established global provider of satellite, fiber and IP transmission services. Offering its own satellite platforms as well as comprehensive solutions for downlink, uplink and turnaround, hosting and all satellite services, EMP delivers the highest quality fully integrated services for the transmissions of data, IP, video and audio. 127%
2.Cobbett-Hill Earthstation (UK) is an independent Teleport offering a complete and full range of Satellite Communication services for the Business and Government Community.  The Teleport has been located In/Near to Guildford since 1996, less than 30 miles from London and operates a large number of antennas on a mix of geostationary satellites providing a wide range of services.
3.Central European Telecom Services (Germany) CETel is a major global provider of international Teleport & Satellite Services and Voice Termination with its headquarters in the heart of Germany.78%
4.Newcom International (USA)  is a global telecommunications firm that specializes in the delivery of innovative, customized communications solutions for businesses, governments and organizations.
5.CET Teleport (Germany) CET Teleport provides a wide range of media broadcasting and corporate VSAT services, as well as extensive disaster recovery facilities.42%
6.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.34%
7.Jordan Media City (Jordan) Jordan Media city was launched in 2001 as the first private media city in the region with the aim of providing the regional and international media industry with a state of the art technologies.34%
8.Satlink Communications (Israel) Satlink Communications is a leading provider of end-to-end solutions for content transmission over satellite platforms covering the Middle East and reaching all five continents.26%
9.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.24%
10.TeleCommunication Systems (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.23%
11.du (UAE) As the new telecom operator in the UAE, du provides a variety of integrated services including quad-play data, video and content services over fixed as well as mobile networks to residential and enterprise customers across the UAE.
12.Telepuerto Internacional Buenos Aires (Argentina) TIBA is a leading satellite service company that provides content management and content distribution services to the major pan regional broadcasters, operating a state-of-the-art facility , serving more than 120 TV channels.
13.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.
14.Emerging Markets Communications (USA) EMC provides of global satellite communications, utilizing a high quality, fully managed network, including maritime services, teleport services, and private, end-to-end satellite networks in more than 140 countries.18%
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%
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.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.
18.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.
19.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.
20.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.

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