Kacific is founded by Christian Patouraux to provide universal access to high-speed, high-quality internet at an affordable cost. Co-founders Cyril Annarella and Mark Rigolle then join Christian in his early efforts to establish the business. In December 2013, Kacific announces its intention to launch its first satellite, Kacific1, to provide high-speed internet and broadband services to more than 40 million people in the Asia Pacific region.
Celebrated satellite entrepreneur Candace Johnson invests in Kacific through the Oceania Women’s Network Satellite (OWNSAT) and sits as an advisory member of the Kacific Board.
Kacific signs agreements to connect the nations of Tuvalu, Solomon Islands and Kiribati.
The International Telecommunication Union and Kacific agree to collaborate on the development of satellite communications capacity and emergency communications solutions for the Pacific region.