ATLAS Named to World Teleport Association (WTA) 2023 Teleport Awards Finalists

The World Teleport Association (WTA) today announced the finalists for its 2023 Teleport Awards for Excellence. From this group of finalists, WTA will name the winners at the 28th annual Teleport Awards for Excellence Luncheon on March 14 during the SATELLITE conference in Washington, DC.

WTA selects its finalists from nominations submitted to the association by both members and non-members. Recipients are selected by a vote of the WTA Membership.

2023 Finalists for Independent Teleport Operator of the Year

  • US Electrodynamics, Inc. (USA)
  • Speedcast (USA)
  • Globecast (France)

2023 Finalists for Teleport Technology of the Year

“What we are seeing this year are global trends emerging within the teleport technology community, such as a revolutionary change in the digitizing of the ground segment,” said WTA Director of Development Louis Zacharilla, who will emcee the Awards Ceremony for the 26th time this year. “The independent teleport operations finalists reveal the diversity of services in the industry. From the data-centric services to support automation and cloud services, to the traditional focus on media. They each represent the fast-moving digitizing of communications infrastructure in their specific ways.”

The attendees of the Teleport Awards for Excellence Luncheon will include teleport, satellite and content distribution technology industry executives, as well as previous awards recipients from around the world. The event is free for WTA members, and attendance is also available on a paid basis to non-members.

Sponsorship opportunities are available for the 2023 Teleport Awards for Excellence Luncheon. Contact Membership Director Randall Barney for more information.

Original article posted by World Teleport Association (WTA) can be found here.

About World Teleport Association:
The World Teleport Association (www.worldteleport.org) has been helping its members aim higher since our founding in 1985. Today, WTA is the leading partner in growth for teleport operators, advocating for their commercial interests and promoting excellence in their business practices, technology and operations. The association publishes best-practice reports and presents webinars on technology changes and their business and market impacts. It also presents events and awards and provides global certification and assessment programs to validate excellence and drive improvement. Aiming higher creates opportunity. Aiming higher brings risk. WTA is dedicated to helping its members seize the opportunities and manage the risks to find the paths to growth in a massively changing market.

For More Information:
Victoria Krisman
Communications Manager, World Teleport Association
vkrisman@worldteleport.org

Spread the awesome news!

Explore More News & Updates

Breaking Ground with AWS Ground Station

Breaking New Ground with AWS Ground Station

When we started ATLAS Space Operations in 2015, we set out with a clear vision: to disrupt the satellite communications industry. We knew that the data pipe to space goes through ground stations (antennas on Earth) – and to capture that information, satellite operators needed affordable, dependable, and secure software that performs the bulk of Earth-orbit connection to pull data from space. As the market evolved, it was clear that each provider had different solutions focused on their antennas.

Read More »
ATLAS Federated Ground Network Triples in Size Following Integration with Viasat Real-Time Earth

ATLAS Federated Ground Network Triples in Size Following Integration with Viasat Real-Time Earth

ATLAS Space Operations, the leading Ground Software as a Service™ (GSaaS) provider, today announced a new partnership with Viasat Real-Time Earth (RTE). The partnership between ATLAS and Viasat RTE makes 10 new antennas within the Viasat network immediately available to ATLAS clients, with two additional antennas available by the end of the year. For ATLAS, the partnership with Viasat represents another significant expansion of its federated global ground network of 44 sites after adding 11 ground sites belonging to AWS last month.

Read More »
Terra Watch Podcast Header

TerraWatch: State of Ground Segment for Earth Observation and Ground Software as a Service – Brad Bode, ATLAS Space Operations

Today, I am speaking with Brad Bode, CTO & CIO at ATLAS Space Operations, which is a ground software as a service company. In this episode, Brad and I talk about what Atlas Space Operations does, why ground segment is so underappreciated, how EO companies work with ground segment, the difference between ground station as a service and ground software as a service, the entry of Microsoft and AWS into this space and what it means and more.

Read More »