For Indonesia, OneWeb arrives in 12 months, with 300+ Gbps of GEO capacity on its way by 2025

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — Indonesia’s principal satellite operator said the coming LEO broadband satellite constellations will be unable to deliver sufficient capacity to the growing Indonesian market and will restrict their business to high-end B2B services rather than approach the consumer market.

Adi R. Adiwoso, chief executive of Pasifik Satelit Nusantara (PSN), is rushing to get fresh broadband capacity into orbit, knowing that the OneWeb LEO service is scheduled to arrive in Indonesia in less than year.

For satellite consumer broadband providers, Indonesia is the New York of . . .

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