These companies will provide the end-to-end solution based on the in-country managed services. The network delivers services over the IPSTAR satellite, enabling communities, Mobile Network Operators (MNOs), enterprises, consumers, hospitals, first responders, government and defense entities to transmit true real-time internet applications data over satellite.
Patompob (Nile) Suwansiri, Thaicom Chief Executive Officer, said, “We would like to thank SpaceBridge Inc. and WTD for their trust in us to provide the HTS capacity needed to support the expansion of communications infrastructure for Indonesia. As the world’s first high-throughput satellite (HTS), we believe that IPSTAR capacity will provide customers with an enhanced broadband satellite service experience. On top of that, we are confident that this agreement will strengthen our regional partnerships and accelerate economic growth across Indonesia.”
“We are pleased to be part of this important infrastructure build-up and contribute with our latest technology, along with two major players in the territory. The three parties’ combination of latest highest efficiency and availability HTS technology, Advanced HTS Ku-band Satellite and superior service delivery through local ISP as WTD, will bring an excellent quality of service and great experience to the Indonesian community,” said Mr. David Gelerman, SpaceBridge Inc. CEO and President.
“We are very optimistic with our international cooperation between Spacebridge, IPSTAR satellite and WTD, that can open a wide range of opportunities, especially for the Indonesia area. Indonesia is an archipelagic country where millions of people still desperately need to cross the digital divide, acquire the internet connection to improve their quality of life. We believe that our Advanced HTS based VSAT network solution can provide enormous benefits to the people of Indonesia presently and years ahead,” said Mr. Wahyu Dirgantoro, WTD Managing Director.