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TMCNet:  SpaceCom International Reinforces Its Position Within the Oil & Gas Market

[December 03, 2012]

SpaceCom International Reinforces Its Position Within the Oil & Gas Market

FAIRFAX, VA, Dec 03, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- SpaceCom International, LLC (SpaceCom) today announced that it signed a contract with Unicom Services, Inc. for Managed Network Services to support its Oil & Gas drillings sites, land based systems, construction sites and industrial locations throughout the U.S. The multi-year contract, valued at more than $500,000, will support voice, data and fax over IP applications in remote areas, with little to no infrastructure. SpaceCom's knowledge and experience in the network design, optimization and management of satellite networks in remote areas lends itself particularly well to the Oil & Gas market. SpaceCom will be responsible for overall network management, to include building, loading and managing satellite, internet and other hub related resources, while Unicom supplies and maintains the various remote sites, RF & baseband equipment and applications.


"SpaceCom's experience in building and managing complex networks, while simultaneously overhauling the existing network, was a very important element in selecting them for this work. During the network overhaul process, we have relied on SpaceCom's experience dealing with the unique challenges of our market and the demands of our end users," said Steve Compton, President of Unicom Services.

"We are excited to be working with Unicom, which is very knowledgeable, talented, but most importantly customer oriented. When Steve came to us he was clear that his mission was to expand and enhance the first class services their customers have come to expect from Unicom. We look forward to expanding this relationship with Unicom," said Matt DeNapoli, President and CEO of SpaceCom.

About Unicom: Unicom Services, Inc., headquartered in Odessa, Texas, is the Premier provider of satellite based voice and data communication in the Permian Basin since 2003. It specializes in VOIP and data transfer on land based drilling, completion and workovers, as well as other "mission critical" construction and industrial operations in remote areas. Please visit: www.unicomservices.com About SpaceCom: SpaceCom International, LLC is a leading global provider of satellite and telecommunication services, and reseller of value added service from its headquarters located in Virginia, USA.

SpaceCom specializes in the design, network optimization and management of communications solutions for many GSM Operators, Telecommunication Providers, and Oil and Gas Industry companies.

SpaceCom's managed services can currently be found throughout USA, Africa, Middle East and Asia, with the most efficient satellite resources, teleport and terrestrial POP (point-of-presence) facilities located in USA, Europe and Asia. Please visit www.spacecomintl.com SOURCE: SpaceCom International, LLC

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