Satellite service to help remote medical clinics combat Covid-19 across Asia Pacific | Kacific1 Broadband Services Commence Across Asia Pacific | Kacific Conducts First Mobile Backhaul over Geo-Stationary Ka-band Satellite in Pacific Islands | Kacific’s first satellite successfully launches to space! [English and Bahasa] | JCSAT-18/Kacific1 Mission | Kacific secures US$160 million in long-term credit facilities | Directing affordable broadband capacity to places where its most needed | ADB aims high – first ever ADB satellite financing expanding broadband access for millions | Kacific and Tata Communications Ink Global IP Connectivity and Cyber Security Deal | Vanuatu’s Telemedicine Initiative Continues to Save Lives In Remote Areas – Thanks to Affordable Broadband Internet Provided by Kacific | Satellite service to help remote medical clinics combat Covid-19 across Asia Pacific | Kacific1 Broadband Services Commence Across Asia Pacific | Kacific Conducts First Mobile Backhaul over Geo-Stationary Ka-band Satellite in Pacific Islands | Kacific’s first satellite successfully launches to space! [English and Bahasa] | JCSAT-18/Kacific1 Mission | Kacific secures US$160 million in long-term credit facilities | Directing affordable broadband capacity to places where its most needed | ADB aims high – first ever ADB satellite financing expanding broadband access for millions | Kacific and Tata Communications Ink Global IP Connectivity and Cyber Security Deal | Vanuatu’s Telemedicine Initiative Continues to Save Lives In Remote Areas – Thanks to Affordable Broadband Internet Provided by Kacific |

New Zealand Sales Director Matteo Catanuto Speaks with NZ’s #1 Podcast

Nov 15 2018

This week, Matteo Catanuto, our Sales Director for New Zealand & Pacific Region, headed to the NZ Tech Podcast studio to discuss satellite broadband’s role in New Zealand.

Alongside host Paul Spain and Eric Chang, from consumer tech brand Xiaomi, Matteo shared some insights into the new developments in satellite and how that translates to better broadband performance for people and businesses in Asia Pacific.

In New Zealand, a long, mountainous country with just over 4.5 million people spread throughout rural areas, satellite fills the gaps for those who today can only get slow, expensive internet or none at all. Kacific complements fibre by offering different options from mobile backhaul, and rural connectivity to bringing broadband to aeroplanes, boats and ferries.

You can listen to the full podcast here – skip to 39:30 to hear more from Matteo on Kacific’s impact in New Zealand.

NZ Tech Podcast studio to discuss satellite broadband’s role in New Zealand