Industry veteran Jesse Robinson joins BringCom
BringCom has announced that Jesse Robinson has joined the company to lead its Federal sales efforts. Mr. Robinson comes to BringCom with an already distinguished career as an executive in the Federal satellite and Commercial satellite communications industry.
“Jesse is a proven leader who will help BringCom reach the next level of growth,” said Fabrice Langreney, President and CEO of BringCom. “In each of his roles to date he has assembled, inspired and led sales, business development and special programs teams to achieve increasingly greater heights of business success and technical excellence.”
As Vice President-Federal Programs, Mr. Robinson will responsible for managing all aspects of BringCom’s Federal sales efforts. BringCom has been supplying innovative communications solutions to its Customers since 1992. The Company is chartered in the United States with its headquarters located in conjunction with its modern Teleport facilities near Dulles Airport in Sterling, VA. BringCom supplies communication solutions encompassing satellite, fiber optic and microwave technologies from some of the world’s most challenging locations with an particular focus in Africa, Europe and the Middle East. Solutions can be end-to-end including full 7X24X365 monitoring of the communication links by experienced Network Operations Center (NOC) staff to provide the optimal service available for telecommunications requirements. Services include bandwidth provisioning, installation and network operations support, and customized engineering solutions.
Before joining BringCom, Mr. Robinson was Managing Director of Global Network Solutions at Intelsat General Corporation, a leading provider of satellite bandwidth and services to commercial and government customers worldwide. Prior to Intelsat he served in roles of increasing responsibility at hardware/software companies Paragea, Patriot Antennas and satellite service integrator COMSAT RSi, amassing 20 years of experience in the satellite industry.