The Ellington Field TrustComm Teleport and NOC facility is designed to deliver maximum security and reliability. The teleport campus is secured with perimeter barriers, video surveillance and 24 x 7 military police patrols, with frequent independent network vulnerability and security policy analyses.
The TrustComm facility includes – among its antenna assets, a total of 12 antenna systems from 13m downward, operating in C-, Ku and X-band. Its systems are fully integrated into both AT&T and Zayo Group’s redundant fiber rings assuring successful connection to virtually any network for Internet, data and voice backhaul. The TrustComm Teleport and NOC can accesses more than 150 geostationary satellites located from 22 degrees West to 193 degrees East, providing excellent coverage over much of the world from this single secure location at Ellington Field Military Base.
The backbone of TrustComm’s ability to provide high-quality, reliable end-to-end network service is a robust infrastructure optimized for Internet Protocol (IP) centric voice and data services. Its core network is a state-of-the-art; fully redundant Cisco Systems infrastructure that maintains a diverse path of terrestrial connectivity dual-homed with two separate Internet Service Providers (ISP). The voice services rely on redundant connectivity into the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), and all facilities infrastructure are engineered to Telco grade standards for continuous, stand-alone operations during the worst possible conditions.