24 May 2021, Seoul, Korea – The Asia-Pacific Satellite Communications Council (APSCC) announced that antenna innovator Kymeta has joined the association, further broadening the industry group’s participation from manufacturing sector of the space and satellite industry.
“APSCC is delighted to welcome Kymeta as our newest member,” said APSCC President Gregg Daffner. “Their participation will strengthen our representation of companies at every level of the space industry value chain. As the pre-eminent voice of the satellite industry in the Asia-Pacific region, APSCC strives to promote the mutual interests of all its members, from across the region and around the world.”
“Kymeta is proud to join APSCC, as the trade group dedicated to furthering the goals of the space industry in the region,” said David Geiling, Vice President of Sales, Asia Pac, Kymeta Corporation. “At Kymeta, our mission is to provide comprehensive solutions based on ground-breaking research, and we are confident that our participation in APSCC will help shape our presence in the region.”
Kymeta brings to 72 the number of members in APSCC, which is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea and serves eighteen markets across the Asia Pacific region. Membership is drawn from private and public companies across the space industry, including government ministries and agencies, as well as academic and research entities.
Kymeta is unlocking the potential of broadband satellite connectivity, combined with cellular networks, to satisfy the overwhelming demand for comms on the move and making mobile global. Lepton Global Solutions, a Kymeta company, hosts the company’s satellite connectivity solutions and offers unique, complete, and turnkey bundled solutions to the market based on best-in-class technologies and tailored customer-centric services that meet and exceed customer mission requirements. These solutions in tandem with the company’s flat-panel satellite antenna, the first of its kind, and Kymeta Connect™ services provide revolutionary mobile connectivity on satellite and hybrid satellite-cellular networks to customers around the world. Backed by U.S. and international patents and licenses, the Kymeta terminal addresses the need for lightweight, slim, and high-throughput communication systems that do not require mechanical components to steer toward a satellite. Kymeta makes connecting easy – for any vehicle, vessel, or fixed platform. Kymeta is a privately held company based in Redmond, Washington. For more information, visit kymetacorp.com