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TMCNet:  BringCom and Djibouti Partnership to Revitalize Djibouti Teleport

[February 11, 2013]

BringCom and Djibouti Partnership to Revitalize Djibouti Teleport

(Marketwire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) STERLING, VA and DJIBOUTI -- (Marketwire) -- 02/11/13 -- BringCom Inc., a leader in supplying innovative communications technologies to Africa, and local Djibouti partners have established a new private company, Djibouti Teleport SARL, to revitalize and manage the daily operations of the Djibouti Teleport facility.

Under the agreement, BringCom becomes the managing partner of Djibouti Teleport. In addition, the partners agreed to upgrade the Djibouti Teleport with new buildings, backup power, security hardware and an iDirect hub to create a first-class teleport facility serving the African region. Djibouti Teleport will also provide competitive international connectivity through five large-capacity undersea cable systems connected to the facility. BringCom has assigned trained teleport technicians to assist the experienced Djibouti Teleport staff in providing round-the-clock teleport services.

"This agreement is a significant extension of BringCom's capabilities to serve the requirements of customers in the Middle East and Africa," said Fabrice Langreney, President and CEO of BringCom. "We are very fortunate to work with an extremely forward-looking group of Djiboutian shareholders. This relationship will allow us to revitalize the Djibouti Teleport in a way that makes it well-suited to a great number of potential users." Djibouti Teleport currently provides Apstar 7 Ku-band connectivity with a 7.3 meter antenna and C-band connectivity with a 16 meter antenna. Both antennas have been refurbished and upgraded with new electronics. Additional antennas and equipment are currently being installed and should be available shortly. BringCom and Djibouti Teleport will continue to add technical functionality and personnel resources to the teleport as necessary to support the requirements of their Djiboutian, African and international commercial and government customers.

The Djibouti Teleport is well suited to support terrestrial, aeronautical and maritime satellite applications owing to its unique geographical location, multiple satellite look angles and international connectivity to multiple fiber optic systems, including SEMEWE3, EIG, SEACOM, and EASSY.

About BringCom BringCom is a leading telecommunications services provider offering fiber, satellite and microwave services to enterprise and government customers in the United States, Caribbean, Africa and the Middle East. It delivers communication solutions to and from some of the world's most challenging locations while providing state-of-the-art communications links for its customers. BringCom owns and is headquartered at a teleport in Sterling, VA, USA, and manages Djibouti Teleport through a joint venture with Djibouti Telecom. Its international operational knowledge, coupled with extensive local partnerships in the Africa and Middle Eastern regions, uniquely position BringCom to deliver reliable communications services at competitive rates.

For more information, visit www.bringcom.com.

Contact: Lisa Koppel Senior Associate Longbottom Communications (301) 318-4381 Email Contact Source: BringCom

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