Teletok picks Kacific for broadband services in Tokelau

Monday 8 December 2014 | 10:11 CET | News
Teletok, a telecommunications services provider in Tokelau, has selected Singapore-based Kacific Broadband Satellites to deliver high-speed broadband services across its territory and surrounding waters. Tokelau, composed of three small atolls situated north of Samoa, is a Polynesian territory of New Zealand with a population of 1,400 people. Kacific will deploy a single high power beam from its Ka-band High Throughput Satellite (HTS) to cover the three atolls. Tokelauans on all three atolls will be able to receive high throughput speeds using only small (75cm to 1.2m diameter) inexpensive

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