Our ground Network

We have earned the reputation of being trailblazers and industry leaders because we never cease to look for new ways to connect the world and push the boundaries of technology.

Not only have we designed secure and resilient satellites, but we have also designed our ground network with the same security and resilience in mind.

We have an international fibre ring, an advanced international network of dual redundant Gateway Earth Stations and a cross-connected fibre network.

Avanti HYLAS network full coverage

THE AVANTI ADVANTAGE

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Dual Redundancy
Diverse Avanti owned Gateway
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Backhaul Network
Multiple backhaul circuits from each ground station provide additional resilience and redundancy
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Cross-connect Fibre Network
Cross-connected fibre network creates resilience and redundancy in case of loss or damage to any link ensuring Avanti customers remain online

GATEWAY EARTH STATIONS

We have dual-redundant Gateway Earth Stations (GES) across Europe, the Middle East and Africa to ensure no single points of failure and a 99.9% uptime service level.

  • Goonhilly (UK)
  • Berlin and Hamelin (Germany)
  • Konya (Turkey)
  • Cyprus
  • Lagos (Nigeria)
  • Johannesburg (South Africa)

We have planned future Gateways in Kenya and Tanzania, ensuring we fulfil the requirements and needs of our customers.

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Goonhilly, UK

Konya, Turkey

Berlin and Hamelin, Germany

Cyprus

Johannesburg, South Africa

Lagos, Nigeria

POINT OF PRESENCE STATIONS

We also operate Point of Presence (PoP) stations across EMEA.

  • Telehouse East London (UK)
  • Global Switch One London (UK)
  • Interxion Frankfurt (Germany)
  • Global Crossing Amsterdam (Netherlands)
  • Istanbul 1 (Turkey)
  • Istanbul 2 (Turkey)
  • Lagos (Nigeria)
  • Johannesburg (South Africa)
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Telehouse East London, UK

Global Switch One London, UK

Interxion Frankfurt, Germany

Istanbul 1, Turkey

Istanbul 2, Turkey

Global Crossing Amsterdam, Netherlands

Lagos, Nigeria

Johannesburg, South Africa