World Teleport Association Publishes Top Operator Rankings

The World Teleport Association (WTA) has published its annual rankings for the Top Teleport Operators of 2017. The annual rankings of companies by revenue and revenue growth are compiled by surveying teleport operators around the world as well as referencing the published results of publicly-held companies.

“The teleport industry becomes more complex every year in terms of ownership, acquisition and competitive dynamics,” said Executive Director, Robert Bell. “Satellite operators are investing in and partnering closely with teleports, while acquisitions drive the growth of some of the new ‘majors’ in the business. Competitive pressure is rising within the sector but teleports are also increasingly competing and partnering with data centres, cloud service providers and telcos. The Top Operators of 2018 list reflects all of these changing conditions.”

In May 2018, WTA will publish its annual Inside the Top Operators report that will provide a more detailed analysis of survey results.

 

The Independent Top Twenty

The Independent Top Twenty ranks teleport operators based on revenue from all sources. The list focuses on the independent operators at the core of the business, excluding companies whose primary business is ownership and operation of a satellite fleet or terrestrial network. In order from largest to smallest, the Independent Top Twenty of 2017 are:

  • Global Eagle (USA)
  • Telespazio S.p.A. (Italy)
  • Globecast (France)
  • Encompass Digital Media (USA)
  • Arqiva (UK)
  • SpeedCast (China)
  • Globecomm (USA)
  • Telstra Corporation (Australia)
  • du (UAE)
  • Etisalat (UAE)
  • PlanetCast Media Services (India)
  • Media Broadcast Satellite (Germany)
  • Global Data Systems (USA)
  • Axesat (Columbia)
  • Signalhorn Trusted Networks (Germany)
  • Jordan Media City (Jordan)
  • STN (Slovenia)
  • Elara Comunicaciones SA (Mexico)
  • US Electrodynamics (USA)
  • CETel (Germany)

 

The Global Top Twenty

The Global Top Twenty ranks companies based on revenues from all customised communications sources and includes operators of teleports and satellite fleets. In order from largest to smallest, the Global Top Twenty of 2017 are:

  • SES (Luxembourg)
  • Intelsat S.A. (Luxembourg)
  • Eutelsat (France)
  • Telesat (Canada)
  • EchoStar Satellite Services (USA)
  • Global Eagle (USA)
  • Telespazio S.p.A. (Italy)
  • Globecast (France)
  • SingTel Satellite (Singapore)
  • Thaicom Public Company Ltd (Thailand)
  • Encompass Digital Media (USA)
  • Hispasat (Spain)
  • Arqiva (UK)
  • Optus (Australia)
  • SpeedCast (Australia)
  • Russian Satellite Communications Company (Russia)
  • Globecomm (USA)
  • AsiaSat (China)
  • MEASAT (Malaysia)
  • Telenor Satellite (Norway)

 

The ‘Fast Twenty’

The Fast Twenty ranks all teleport-operating companies based on year-over-year revenue growth in their most recent fiscal years. Santander Teleport, a small company in Spain, was the fastest of the fast with a 37 percent year-over-year growth rate. Ranked by revenue growth, the Fast Twenty of 2017 are:

  • Santander Teleport (Spain)
  • Etisalat (UAE)
  • SpeedCast (Australia)
  • US Electrodynamics (USA)
  • Russian Satellite Communications Company (Russia)
  • PlanetCast Media Services (India)
  • Gazprom Space Systems (Russia)
  • MEASAT (Malaysia)
  • du (UAE)
  • Globecast (France)
  • Hispasat (Spain)
  • Satellite Mediaport Services (UK)
  • Elara Comunicaciones SA (Mexico)
  • SES (Luxembourg)
  • Encompass Digital Media (USA)
  • CETel (Germany)
  • Milano Teleport S.p.A. (Italy)
  • Telstra Corporation (Australia)
  • Singtel Satellite (Singapore)
  • Optus (Australia)

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