Southbury, Connecticut teleport will provide opportunities to extend VSAT network
Surrey, UK, 8th July 2014 – NSSLGlobal Ltd, the independent service provider of satellite communications, has opened a new US teleport in Southbury, Connecticut. The additional hub supports the company’s ongoing commitment to expand its VSAT Ku-Band network when the opportunity arises. This latest teleport, NSSLGlobal’s seventh, will also help deliver improved connectivity for customers in the Americas, North Atlantic and the Mediterranean.
The Connecticut teleport, which will work in tandem with NSSLGlobal’s Jacksonville teleport, will be integrated into NSSLGlobal’s DVBS2-RCS2 network and operate beams such as the Intelsat T11 USA. The new site at Southbury will also offer different opportunities to extend the current VSAT network and enhance NSSLGlobal’s Cruise-IP and Broad-IP services.
Sally-Anne Ray, Managing Director, NSSLGlobal commented: “As a company we are steadfastly growing our international presence to provide customers with seamless and continuous connectivity. This year alone, we have opened an office in New Orleans, our teleport in Perth, Australia has gone live and with the addition of the Connecticut teleport, we are truly growing our global reach. The Americas is a strategic area for us and we are committed to providing outstanding service in the region. The new teleport will help us to deliver this and will support our ever-growing customer base.”
The Southbury, Connecticut teleport officially went live on 1st July and is available to existing and new customers.