United Group’s Vivacom is now the number one teleport operator globally in terms of revenue growth from satellite services for business customers.
Furthermore, according to N1, quoting the Top Teleport Top Teleport Operators 2022 published by the WTA, Vivacom has also joined the group of global top 20 companies based on revenue from all customised communication sources, including teleport operators and satellite fleets.
N1 adds that Vivacom’s leading position in the WTA rankings comes just two years after it became part of the United Group. After a series of new investments in the development of the Earth Plan satellite station, focused on services intended for business clients, Vivacom received a Tier 4 certificate from the WTA in 2021.
Victorya Boklag, CEO of United Group, said: “Vivacom’s achievement shows that with the right strategic vision, targeted investments and the high expertise of the team at the local level, we can set the standards at the global level. We are delighted that the success of our Bulgarian team has been recognized by both customers and our industry”.
In the past 10 years, Vivacom has invested more than €10 million in the development of its satellite services for business customers, expanding its partnership with some of the largest satellite operators and content providers.
Nikolai Andreev, CEO of Vivacom, added: “Through our state-of-the-art ground station, we offer services across Europe, Africa, South America and Asia, broadcasting over 500 TV channels to millions of households worldwide. On top of that, we provide connectivity to some of the most difficult-to-reach places globally, including Antarctica. I am proud of our team of experts who have successfully positioned our company among the best global service provider partners, placing Vivacom on the international industry map”.
Broadband TV News notes that N1 is also part of United Group.