BringCom owns and operates two teleport facilities, one ideally situated for government customers in Northern Virginia, just outside Washington, D.C. and the other in Djibouti. Both teleports offer state of the art facilities, services and on-site professionals. Services include:
- Hosting and Co-location
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- BringCom Dijbouti Teleport
Gateway to Africa and the Middle East
- BringCom Northern Virginia
Gateway to the Americas and EMEA
BringCom teleports have access to the following satellite beams which can be operational within 24 hours, subject to licensing, permitting and link budget approvals:
Orbital Arc: The teleport can view satellites from 132°E to 47°W.
The Djibouti teleport offers satellite access via five operational antennas:
- Intelsat IS-904 at 60° East (C-band Hemi Beam)
- Thaicom 6 (AFRICOM-1) at 78.5°East (C-band)
- SES NSS-12 at 57º East (East Africa Ku-band beam)
- Arabsat Badr-4 at 26º East (Ku-band FSS beam)
- APT Satellite APSTAR-7 at 76.5º East (Ku-band coverage)
Spare antennas are available to access other satellites at both facilities.
Orbital Arc: Bringcom Northern Virginia Teleport can view satellites from 221°E to 348°E. The teleport is zoned and permitted for up to 13 antennas.
Bringcom Northern Virginia Teleport currently has the following non-operational antennas available:
- 9.2 Meter C-band with 4 port linear feed in both polarizations (looking at NSS-10 @37.5°West)
- 5.6 Meter Ku-band
All BringCom’s antennas have de-icing capabilities and 24×7 NOC for remote and real-time performance monitoring with 3-tier response.
11 additional antennas can be hosted at the Teleport facility.