TrustComm Expands its Portfolio to Include Mobile Satellite Services
New Partnerships with Inmarsat, Thuraya, Boeing and Cobham Facilitate Expanded
STAFFORD, Va. -- September 5, 2013
TrustComm Inc., the premier small-business provider of assured satellite
communications solutions to commercial and government organizations, today
announced it has expanded its VSAT and engineering service portfolio to
include mobile satellite services (MSS).
From its secure teleport and network operations centers (S-NOCs) at Ellington
Field Joint Reserve Base in Houston and Quantico, Va., TrustComm has
successfully deployed a wide range of managed satellite networking solutions
globally for commercial and government clients.
Having recently upgraded its teleport and S-NOC facilities to exceed the
requirements of its clients, expansion of its service portfolio via
partnerships with Inmarsat and Thuraya further solidifies TrustComm’s market
position as a single-source provider of end-to-end services.
To strengthen the value proposition and commitment to its expanded MSS
capabilities, TrustComm today announced new partnerships with MSS operators
Inmarsat plc and Thuraya Telecommunications Co., Boeing Co., and leading
equipment provider Cobham SATCOM.
*TrustComm has established a distribution agreement with Inmarsat for the
provision of the full suite of products and services provided by Inmarsat
Solutions, including the Existing and Evolved (E&E) portfolio, the
Inmarsat-4 (I-4) Broadband Global Area Network services (BGAN, FBB and
SBB), and lease capabilities.
*TrustComm has established a Service Provider agreement with Thuraya to
develop a range of MSS solutions leveraging TrustComm’s overall satellite
capability in multiple commercial markets.
*TrustComm has entered into a strategic relationship with Boeing for the
provision of Inmarsat-4 services for specialized user groups. The
agreement leverages the benefits of both companies’ infrastructures to
reach customers on a global scale with local knowledge and support.
*TrustComm has been recognized as a Cobham SATCOM Gold Distribution
Partner. TrustComm now distributes Cobham SATCOM’s full line of satellite
and radio communication terminals and earth stations for the Explorer
portfolio of land products. Cobham SATCOM is a unit of Cobham plc’s
Aerospace and Security Division.
“The expansion of our MSS capabilities and these new partnerships are the
latest steps in our strategic plan to meet the widest range of commercial
satcom requirements for our clients and target markets,” said TrustComm CEO
Bob Roe. “Today’s announcements demonstrate our commitment and ability to meet
the stringent demands of commercial and government end-to-end, assured
TrustComm CTO Rodrigo Gomez added, “Leveraging the years of experience within
the TrustComm team, we are delivering an integrated approach to MSS and FSS
operators – providing a seamless environment from a user perspective. We are
developing best-of-breed solutions, agnostic of technology or operator.”
About TrustComm Inc.
TrustComm is a global provider of assured, customized satellite communications
services for companies and government agencies that require instant, robust
and easily deployable connectivity. Originally founded in 1999, TrustComm was
acquired in 2012 by the American investment group Global Secure Networks Inc.
TrustComm’s assured satcom services, terrestrial and end-to-end networks
provide maximum reliability to support a broad range of applications. Those
applications include broadband Internet access, VoIP, video conferencing and
data communications – for business continuity, emergency response, tactical
field deployment and temporary usage. With its global network, engineering
expertise, 24/7 primary S-NOC and owned infrastructure at the highly secure
Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base in Houston, and redundant S-NOC in
Quantico, Va., TrustComm exceeds the security and reliability standards of its
clients. For more information, please visit www.trustcomm.com.
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