Asia-Pacific satellite broadband provider Kacific puts 2d satellite on hold, adds 4G, fiber to its portfolio

by Peter B. de Selding

SINGAPORE — Kacific Broadband Satellites Corp., which sells satellite broadband service to a large swath of the Pacific region, has shelved its long-planned Kacific 2 satellite as it reviews its financing and has repositioned its retail business away from enterprises and toward government-funded projects.

Singapore-based Kacific’s chief commercial officer, Brandon Seir, said Kacific 2, which has been on the company’s drawing boards for at least four years, is still penciled in for a 2027 launch, but that appears unlikely.

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