Indonesia’s PSN is launching 310 Gbps on 2 broadband satellites this year, and already knows it’s not enough

by Peter B. de Selding

SINGAPORE — Indonesia has perhaps the world’s most extensive satellite broadband deployment program and is finding out that even before it’s deployed, it’s not enough.

It never is, when it comes to broadband. But Indonesia’s extensive deployment, with two high-throughput satellites launching this year, goes as far as any nation in pushing connectivity into unserved regions.

The 20-Gbps Nusantara 1 satellite this year will be reinforced by the government-sponsored Nusantara 3, also known as Satria-1, a Thales Alenia Space-built . . .

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