Kacific: A Unique Business Model that Combines Commercial Success with Meeting Sustainable Development Goals
by Virgil Labrador, Editor-in-Chief This article was first published on Satellite …
Kacific and Farmer Charlie team up to grow agricultural output and support sustainable development across Pacific
MoU addresses sustainable agriculture, climate change, land management, and risk mitigation …
Tuvalu Telecommunications Corporation Partners with Kacific to Deliver Internet Nationwide with Maximum Flexibility
Kacific’s flexible satellite internet broadband services are providing Tuvalu with a …
GuarantCo and PIDG Technical Assistance support investees Kacific Broadband Satellites Group and Acorn Holdings Limited to respond to the COVID-19 crisis in Asia Pacific and Kenya
GuarantCo, with funding from the Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG) Technical …
Vanuatu’s Telemedicine Initiative Continues to Save Lives In Remote Areas – Thanks to Affordable Broadband Internet Provided by Kacific
For people living in rural areas, receiving adequate health care can …
Kacific CEO Christian Patouraux discusses the company’s expansion plans with Space News Caleb Henry in the lead up to the launch of Kacific1. He also outlined Kacific’s plans for a standalone Kacific2 satellite “potentially a very large type of asset.
Senior Government Ministers and Public Servants Mark Milestone in Satellite Construction at Boeing Factory
Senior members of the Vanuatu Government, trade and tourism offices recently visited the Boeing satellite factory to mark the construction milestone of Kacific-1, a next-generation satellite which will stream high-speed low-cost broadband to Vanuatu from next year.
Kacific Announced as Recipient of the 2018 Better Satellite World Award from Space & Satellite Professionals International
Space & Satellite Professionals International (SSPI) recently announced that Kacific will receive a 2018 Better Satellite World Award.
“The advances made in miniaturizing technologies that put a computer in your pocket — cameras, batteries, processors, radio antennas — have also made it easier and cheaper for entrepreneurs to launch matter into space. And investors are taking notice.” Jason Rowley
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.