When a High Throughput Satellite sits above them, what customers need is a channel to unlock its potential.
At the upcoming Australasia Satellite Forum, a dominant discourse will be the future of satellite broadband for the Pacific and South East Asia region.
ITU data reports that “developing countries saw a compound annual growth rate in telecommunication revenue of 6.6% in the period 2007-2015, whereas developed countries experienced a contraction of -0.8% during the same period. Developing countries are home to 83% of the global population but generate only 39% of the world’s telecommunication revenues.”
Satellite is the only way to connect many communities and businesses across the dispersed and mountainous regions of South East Asia and the Pacific. Kacific’s Ku-band service operating in Vanuatu and Papua New Guinea is proving that there is a real thirst for internet in developing nations.
Internet access is a problem for the region. That’s why we are determined to work with our customers to produce turnkey solutions, such as GigStarter, to tackle the barriers to access — whether it be cost, risk or deployment.
HTS is a next-generation technology that is proving successful in connecting millions in the regions of Latin America, US, Australia, Europe and the Middle East. It’s time for the remote populations of Asia Pacific to experience the same service as those living in large cities.
If you are attending ASF, we invite you to attend the panel session on day one featuring Kacific CCO, Jacques-Samuel Prolon.
Australasia Satellite Forum.
Tuesday 22 May, 16:30.
Developing New Markets: The Future Roles of Satellite Delivering Broadband and Wireless Networks for Consumer and Enterprise across Australasia and South East Asia.
Or come chat to us at our sponsored afternoon tea to discuss how you can break the barriers to internet access with Kacific.