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Satellite communications equipment manufacturer in California, USUBC member 96
U.S.-Ukraine Business Council, Washington, D.C.
Monday, November 3, 2008
WASHINGTON, D.C. - AnaCom, Inc. of San Jose, California, has been approved for USUBC membership, according to the USUBC executive committee, in an announcement on behalf of the entire USUBC membership. AnaCom, Inc. is USUBC member ninety-six.
AnaCom is a worldwide leader in the design and manufacturing of high performance C & Ku Band Transceivers, BUC’s and SSPA’s for VSAT and Satellite Communications applications with a complete satellite IP networking solution to send VoIP, video and data.  AnaCom, Inc. has addressed the Satellite Transceiver and BUC market based on the industry's increasing need for high performance products that are extremely reliable and available at a low cost.
AnaCom's headquarters resides in a technology park in San Jose, California, in the heart of "Silicon Valley, " and has several sales offices around the world. AnaCom provides Transceiver, BUC and SSPA products that are sold worldwide to leading satellite communications systems providers, integrators and end-users.
AnaCom's IP networking solution intelligently combines routing, TCP acceleration, advanced satcom modem, DAMA + SCPC capability, frequency-agile bandwidth aggregation, priority for real time applications (e.g. voice, video,) a complete VoIP solution, including a softswitch for call routing, and a complete suite of network management capabilities all in one box.
AnaCom's reputation for reliability and ease of use is well known in the satellite industry, and it is the brand of choice by leading satellite professionals. Quality by design, engineering capabilities, and a strong manufacturing base allow AnaCom to maintain lower product costs. Our transceiver, BUC, and SSPA offerings cover all commercial satellite frequencies over a wide range of power levels.
USUBC has been working with Angela V. Tlustenko, Vice President of Sales for AnaCom, Inc., who is now based in Vienna, VA.  Angela attended the USUBC financial and economic briefing in Washington on Tuesday, October 28.  She is originally from L'viv, Ukraine.

Angela Tlustenko participated in a Rotary International Education Program that allowed her to spend one year of high school in Overland Park, Kansas. She then returned to the U.S. for her higher education, where she graduated from DePauw University in Greencastle, IN.  Among professional highlights, Angela worked for the U.S. Department of State for several years before joining AnaCom.
Angela emphasized that her move to Vienna, VA was part of a larger AnaCom goal to be closer to the U.S. defense industry and to all the embassies located in Washington.  She said AnaCom is not involved directly in Ukraine at this time but wants to be active on the Ukrainian market and is very interested in developing direct contacts with companies doing business in Ukraine. Angela will represent AnaCom on the USUBC board of directors.
More information about AnaCom, Inc., can be found on their website at www.anacominc.com.  If you would like to be in contact with Angela Tlustenko about AnaCom, Inc. please contact USUBC. 

"USUBC is very pleased to have AnaCom, Inc. as a new member," said Morgan Williams, SigmaBleyzer, who serves as president of USUBC.  USUBC has grown very rapidly during the past 22 months and now has a membership base which allows USUBC to provide its members such as AnaCom, Inc., with a full-time operation and a significantly expanded program of work," according to president Williams.
AnaCom, Inc, 46th new member for 2008, and the 76th new member since January of 2007. USUBC membership has quadrupled in the past 22 months, going from 22 members in January of 2007 to 96 members in November of 2008. Membership is expected to top 100 in 2008.
The new USUBC members in 2008 include MaxWell USA, Baker and McKenzie law firm, Och-Ziff Capital Management Group, Dipol Chemical International, MJA Asset Management, General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin, Halliburton, DLA Piper law firm, EPAM Systems, DHL International Ukraine, Air Tractor, Inc., Magisters law firm, Ernst & Young, Umbra LLC., US PolyTech LLC, Vision TV LLC, Crumpton Group, Standard Chartered Bank, TNK-BP Commerce LLC, Rakotis, American Councils for International Education, Squire, Sanders & Dempsey LLP, International Commerce Corporation, and IMTC-MEI.
Additional new USUBC members in 2008 are: Nationwide Equipment Company, First International Resources, the Doheny Global Group, Foyil Securities, KPMG, Asters law firm, Solid Team LLC, R & J Trading International, Vasil Kisil & Partners law firm, AeroSvit Ukrainian Airlines, Anemone Green Capital Limited, ContourGlobal, Winner Imports LLC (Ford, Jaguar, Land Rover, Volvo, Porsche), 3M, Edelman, CEC Government Relations RZB Finance LLC (Raiffeisen), IBM Ukraine, SoftServe Inc., The Washington Group (TWG), SE Raelin/Cajo, Inc. and AnaCom, Inc.
The complete USUBC membership list and additional information about USUBC can be found at: http://www.usubc.org.

Ninety-Six Members, November, 2008
Membership in January of 2007 was 22.
LINK: http://www.usubc.org/members.php

1.    3M Company
2.    AeroSvit Ukrainian Airlines
3.    AES Corporation
4.    Air Tractor, Inc.
6.    American Continental Group
7.    American Councils for International Education
8.    AnaCom, Inc.
9.    Anemone Green Capital Limited
10.  Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM)
11.  Asters law firm
12.  Atlantic Group
13.  Baker & McKenzie law firm
14.  The Boeing Company
15.  Bracewell & Giuliani LLP law firm
16.  Bunge North America
17.  Cardinal Resources
18.  Cargill
19.  Case New Holland
20.  CEC Government Relations
21.  Chadbourne & Parke LLP law firm
22.  Cisco Systems, Inc.
23.  The Coca-Cola Company
24.  ContourGlobal Ukraine
25.  Crumpton Group
26.  Deere & Company
27.  DHL International Ukraine
28.  Dipol Chemical International Inc.
29.  DLA Piper LLC law firm
30.  Doheny Global Group
31.  ECdata, Inc.
32.  Edelman
33.  EPAM Systems
34.  Ernst & Young
35.  The Eurasia Foundation
36.  First International Resources
37.  Foyil Securities
38.  General Dynamics
39.  Halliburton
40.  Heller & Rosenblatt law firm
41.  Holtec International
42.  Horizon Capital Advisors, LLC-Emerging Europe Growth Funds
43.  IBM Ukraine
45.  Intercontinental Commerce Corporation (ICC)
46.  International Tax and Investment Center (ITIC)
47.  Kennan Institute, Woodrow Wilson
           International Center for Scholars
48.  KPMG-Ukraine
49.  Kraft Foods Ukraina
50.  Kyiv Atlantic Group of Companies
51.  Lockheed Martin
52.  Magisters law firm
53.  Marathon Oil Corporation
54.  Marks, Sokolov & Burd, LLC law firm
55.  MaxWell USA
56.  MJA Asset Management LLC
57.  Nationwide Equipment Company
58.  Northrop Grumman
59.  Och-Ziff Capital Management Group
60.  Open World Leadership Center,
           U.S. Library of Congress
61.  The PBN Company
62.  Procter & Gamble (P&G)
63.  R & J Trading International Inc.
64.  Rakotis LLC
65.  RULG - Ukrainian Legal Group, PA law firm
66.  RZB Finance LLC (Raiffeisen)
67.  Salans law firm
68.  SE Raelin/Cajo, Inc.
69.  Sweet Analysis Services, Inc. (SASI)
70.  Shell Oil Company
71.  SigmaBleyzer Private Equity Investment Management Group
72.  Siguler Guff & Co, LLC
73.  Softline Company
74.  SoftServe Inc.
75.  Solid Team LLC
76.  Squire, Sanders and Dempsey LLP law firm
77.  Standard Chartered Bank
78.  TD International, LLC
79.  The State Export-Import Bank of Ukraine
80.  The U.S. Civilian Research & Development Foundation (CRDF)
81.  The Washington Group (TWG)
82.  TNK-BP Commerce LLC
83.  U.S.-Ukraine Foundation (USUF)
84.  Ukrainian American Bar Association (UABA)
85.  Ukrainian-American Environmental Association (UAEA)
86.  Ukrainian Federation of America (UFA)
87.  Ukrainian Development Company (UDC)
88.  Umbra, LLC
89.  US Poly-Tech LLC
90.  UPS International Ukraine
91.  Vanco Energy Company
92.  Vasil Kisil & Partners law firm
93.  Vision TV LLC
94.  Westinghouse
95.  Winner Imports Ukraine (Ford, Jaguar, Land Rover, Volvo, Porsche)
96.  WJ Agricultural Group
Anders Aslund, Senior Fellow
Peterson Institute for International Economics
Washington, D.C.
Andy Bihun, President
Global Trade Development, Inc.
Director, Business Development Forum
The Washington Group
Washington, D.C.
Ariel Cohen, Ph.D, Senior Research Fellow
Allison Center for International Studies,
Davis Institute for International Studies,
The Heritage Foundation
Washington, D.C.
Keith Crane, Senior Economist
Rand Corporation
Washington, D.C.
Leonid Kozachenko, President
Ukrainian Agrarian Confederation (UAC)
Kyiv, Ukraine
Steven Pifer, Visiting Fellow
The Brookings Institution
Senior Advisor, Russia & Eurasia Program, CSIS
Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine
Washington, D.C.
Dr. Edilberto Segura, Partner, Chief Economist
SigmaBleyzer Private Equity Investment Group
Chair of the Advisory Board of The Bleyzer Foundation
Kyiv, Ukraine
Keith Smith, Senior Associate
Europe Program, CSIS
Former U.S. Ambassador to Lithuania
Washington, D.C.
For 2008
Paula Freer, Marathon
Michael Kirst, Westinghouse
Paul Nathanson, The PBN Company
Irina Paliashvili, Ukrainian Legal Group
Andrew Pidgirsky, Ukrainian American Bar Association
Mara Sovey, Deere & Co.
Samir Sahgal, The Boeing Company
       USUBC Treasurer
Patrick Sweet, Analysis Services, Inc. (SASI)
Arnold Wellman, UPS
Morgan Williams, SigmaBleyzer,
      USUBC Chairman Ex. Comm. & President
Van Yeutter, Cargill
Jack Heller, & Rosenblatt,
      USUBC Legal Counsel