The Satellite Center was established in 1980 as a sole proprietorship in Florence, Kentucky. It was incorporated in 1984.

Throughout the late 1980s, as orbiting satellites filled the space above, large corporations saw the opportunity and savings to establish their own data and video networks. This "niche market" was called Business T.V. (BTV) and the technology firm NCR of Dayton, Ohio, was no exception.

The Satellite Center. (TSC) was asked to design this network in conjunction with Scientific Atlanta and soon after, The Satellite Center managed and installed over 180 sites throughout the US, Canada, and Western Europe.

By 1990, this network included many converted sites when NCR and AT&T were combined. In 1992, we became affiliated with both DIRECTV and DISH Network. In 1995, The Satellite Center added the Trane Satellite Network of 240 sites.

So, too, universities needed to communicate with each other and students who could not attend in "traditional" classrooms. The Satellite Center is pleased to be a "system integrator" and VSAT installer for many providers.

Today The Satellite Center, with headquarters in Florence, Kentucky and $2,000,000 in annual sales, has a client base of well over 3000. The Satellite Center has now serviced more than 11,000 Doors in the US and Canada!

The Satellite Center is a WBENC Certified Woman Owned Business.

View a copy of our WBENC certificate here.

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