Our Infrastructure

BusinessCom’s Satellite and Terrestrial Networks

Teleport Networks

BusinessCom® satellite services are currently delivered via four teleport networks in the AS197206 autonomous system:

DE1 in Munich, Germany

Ku and C frequency bands

DE1 in Munich, Germany

Satellite coverage over the Eastern Hemisphere: Africa, Middle East and Asia.

UK1 in London, United Kingdom

C-band

UK1 in London, United Kingdom

Satellite coverage in Africa.

US1 in Miami, United States

Ku and C frequency bands

US1 in Miami, United States

Satellite coverage in North and Latin Americas.

CO1 in Bogota, Colombia

Ku-band

CO1 in Bogota, Colombia

Satellite coverage in Latin America.

All four teleport networks feature redundant multi-Gbps fiber optic connectivity to the Internet. Among our peering partners are CenturyLink, GTT, Cogent, KPN and M-Net. All networks are located in secured facilities and have N+1 power redundancy with diesel generators. All satellite uplinks have at least 1:1 HPA redundancy.

Our 24 x 7 NOC executes proactive monitoring of all networks. BusinessCom can provide equipment colocation services in all locations, as well as MPLS, IPLC and IEPL connectivity to private networks and clouds. BusinessCom can also provide managed SD-WAN connectivity service to 26 points of presence worldwide on all continents.

In addition to the primary teleport networks, BusinessCom provides its ID GLOBAL and Asia-Pacific satellite services via partner teleport facilities located worldwide.