Press Release

Trustcomm, Inc. Joins Satellite Industry Association

By SpaceRef Editor
September 5, 2012
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Washington, D.C. September 5, 2012 – The Satellite Industry Association (SIA) announced today that TrustComm, Inc. (TrustComm) has joined the association as its newest member.

“SIA welcomes TrustComm to our growing contingent of global end-to-end satellite services members,” said SIA President, Patricia Cooper. “TrustComm will bring its considerable networking expertise to SIA’s satellite manufacturing, operator, launch and ground equipment members to enrich our representation of today’s communications satellite industry.”

TrustComm provides satellite communications services and equipment directly to government and commercial entities that require secure, reliable, and redundant end-to-end satellite connectivity. By providing a broad range of applications including broadband Internet access, voice over IP, video conferencing and data communication, TrustComm offers solutions for business continuity, tactical field deployment as well as for occasional use scenarios. In addition, TrustComm operates a commercial teleport and Secure Network Operations Centers.

“TrustComm is honored to be a part of SIA and in supporting the industry’s efforts in establishing satellite specific policies and issues,” said Bob Roe, CEO & President of TrustComm. “We believe SIA will further support our relationship and understanding of the US government, and look forward to strengthening existing partnerships and creating new ones.” Satellite Industry Association – 1200 18th Street, Suite 1001, Washington, DC 20036 Tel: +1 877 604 1313 Fax: +1 202 503 1590 SIA Website:


SIA is a U.S.-based trade association providing worldwide representation of the leading satellite operators, service providers, manufacturers, launch services providers, and ground equipment suppliers. Since its creation more than fifteen years ago, SIA has become the unified voice of the U.S. satellite industry on policy, regulatory, and legislative issues affecting the satellite business.

SIA Executive Members include: Artel, Inc.; The Boeing Company; The DIRECTV Group; EchoStar Satellite Services LLC; Harris CapRock Communications; Hughes Network Systems, LLC; Intelsat, S.A.; Iridium Communications Inc.; Kratos Defense & Security Solutions; LightSquared; Lockheed Martin Corporation.; Northrop Grumman Corporation; Rockwell Collins Government Systems; SES S.A.; and Space Systems/Loral. SIA Associate Members include: ATK Inc.; Cisco; Cobham SATCOM Land Systems; Comtech EF Data Corp.; DRS Technologies, Inc.; Eutelsat, Inc.; GE Satellite; Globecomm Systems, Inc.; Glowlink Communications Technology, Inc.; iDirect Government Technologies; Inmarsat, Inc.; Marshall Communications Corporation.; MTN Government Services; NewSat America, Inc.; Orbital Sciences Corporation; Panasonic Avionics Corporation; Spacecom, Ltd.; Spacenet Inc.; TeleCommunication Systems, Inc.; Telesat Canada; TrustComm, Inc.; Ultisat, Inc.; ViaSat, Inc., and XTAR, LLC. Additional information about SIA can be found at


TrustComm is small business providing global COMSATCOM services and satellite equipment directly to government organizations and commercial entities, all in need of secure, reliable, and redundant end-to-end satellite connectivity. TrustComm operates a commercial Teleport and Secure Network Operations Center (S-NOC), strategically located on a military installation, Ellington Field Military Reserve Base, with a redundant S-NOC located in Quantico, VA. TrustComm was founded in 1999 by engineers and communications experts, who pioneered space communications at NASA during the Mercury, Apollo and Space Shuttle programs. For more information, please visit

SpaceRef staff editor.