Our flagship teleport facility, and Europe’s largest, hosts Germany’s major national and international fiber backbone ring.
- Third largest teleport in the world
- 120,000 sq. ft. secure data center
- 18 antennas (11m-32m) landing C-, Ku-, Ka-, X- and L-band traffic
- European landing rights for all major frequency bands
- Ideal location in central Europe surrounded by the Alps
- Coverage for the Americas, Europe, Africa, Middle East and Asia using all major satellite operators
- Meshed multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) and interconnected teleports
- Fully redundant power feeds with dual-fiber entrances
- 24×7 on-site security
Wholly owned and operated, our northeastern U.S. teleport is strategically located to serve public and private entities operating in the U.S. and Caribbean regions.
- 10,000 sq. ft. secure data center
- 28 antennas landing C-, Ku- and X-band traffic
- Coverage for the Atlantic, Western Indian and Pacific oceans
- Only U.S. teleport with access to 359° E satellites with footprint coverage extending to the west coast of India
- Viewable satellite arc: 359°E to 145°W
- Co-located U.S. Defense Information System Network (DISN) node
- ISO 9001 certified and IA MAC 1 compliant
- In operation since 1980
Our Hawaii teleport provides direct connection between the U.S. and Asia for private data networks, IP trunking and video content distribution, along with redundant terrestrial connectivity to the U.S. Australia, Hong Kong, China and Japan.
- 2.7 acres of secure data center facilities
- 6 antennas landing C- and Ku-band traffic
- Provides cost-effective access to satellites over Eastern Asia
- Microwave, cellular, wireless local loops, cable TV, PCS and other wireless technologies
- Access to regional and national fiber optic networks
- Interface facilities to other broadband communications systems
A combination of EMC-owned and partner facilities, our teleports are strategically located across 6 continents to land all customer traffic. Interconnected with EMC’s private MPLS network, they serve as regional points of presence that are ready to be connected to your networks with leased lines or terrestrial backbones.