Print Page   |   Sign In   |   Register
Fast Twenty of 2012
Share |

Top Teleport Operators

The Fast Twenty ranks all teleport-operating companies based on year-over-year revenue growth in their most recent fiscal years. Encompass Digital Media was the fastest of the fast with 117% growth, moving them up from the second slot in 2011. Ranked by revenue growth, the Fast Twenty of 2012 are:

Due to an editorial error, one company was inadvertently omitted from the 2012 rankings. We apologize for the error and are re-issuing the 2012 rankings, which now include the Top Twenty-One Top Operators in each category.
Growth Rate
1.Encompass Digital Media (USA) Encompass owns and operates state-of-the-art, broadcast facilities throughout the United States, United Kingdom and Asia. The company’s mission-critical, media services provide broadcasters, cable networks, corporations and government entities with customized solutions for the management and distribution of content.117%
2.Elara Comunicaciones SA (Mexico) Elara is a Mexican company, Public Network dealer and most experienced operator in Mexico of iDirect technology. We offer tailor made and innovative satellite telecommunication services for GSM Mobile Operators, Oil and Gas, Maritime and other sectors.61%
3.CETel (Germany) CETel GmbH is a specialist teleporting services provider run by a management and operations team of highly respected satellite industry professionals who intend to build on the reputation for the excellent quality of service that Hameln has always enjoyed.44%
4.Emerging Markets Communications (USA) EMC is a U.S. telecommunications provider delivering end-to-end satellite and terrestrial solutions throughout the remote regions of the world.42%
5.TeleCommunication Systems (Govt Svcs) (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.
6.NewSat (Australia) As Australia’s leading independent satellite service provider, NewSat specialises in global satellite communications providing tailored VSAT, Teleport and satellite services to 75% of the earth’s surface. NewSat provides remote and temporary sites with fast, secure and reliable solutions ensuring unrestricted connectivity, anywhere, anytime.29%
7.Essel Shyam Communications (India) Essel Shyam is a telecom/IT service provider offering customized solutions for the specific business needs of customers in segments including enterprises, broadcast & media companies, government security agencies along with various other customers.28%
8.Thaicom (Thailand)Currently, THAICOM Plc. operates four types of businesses including satellite transponder leasing and related services, internet-related services, telephone-related services (overseas), and telephone directories and distribution.24%
9.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.21%
10.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.
11.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.17%
12.Hawaii Pacific Teleport (USA)Hawaii Pacific Teleport (HPT) is a commercial teleport servicing the greater Pacific region. It's strategic location benefits from line of sight to numerous satellites over the Americas, the Pacific, and Asia.14%
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.du (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.10%
15.STN (Slovenia) STN provides a comprehensive, highly proficient range of services, covering a myriad of technical possibilities that are superior to comparable competitors in the region and go far beyond the transport of signals via satellite or fiber.8%
16.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.8%
17.SingTel Satellite (Singapore) SingTel is Asia''s leading communications group providing a portfolio of services including voice and data over fixed, wireless, internet and satellite platforms as well as pay TV. It has a network of 37 offices in 19 countries and territories throughout Asia Pacific, Europe and the United States.7%
18.CET Teleport (Germany) CET Teleport provides a wide range of media broadcasting and corporate VSAT services, as well as extensive disaster recovery facilities.6%
19.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.5%
20.Intelsat (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.4%

MEASAT Satellite Systems (Malaysia) MEASAT is a premium supplier of satellite communication services to Asia’s leading broadcasters, DTH platforms and telecom operators. Operating four communications satellites, the MEASAT fleet is able to provide satellite capacity to over 145 countries representing 80% of the world’s population across Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa, Europe and Australia.


Click here for Global Top Twenty of 2012 and the Independent Top Twenty of 2012.

Association Management Software Powered by YourMembership  ::  Legal