Kepler Communications, a Canadian satellite telecommunications company, has received approval from the FCC to deliver their innovative satellite communication services to the US market, the company said.
The Toronto-based company received unanimous support during the FCC´s 15 November 2018 Open Commission Meeting, and was one of four companies approved during the process.
Kepler was originally one of 11 companies to submit a request for access to the US market in November 2016 as part of the FCC´s processing round for new non-geosynchronous satellite systems (NGSOs).
Kepler is a satellite telecommunications provider based in Canada, backed by Costanoa Ventures, IA Ventures and other investors. Kepler aims to build an in-space telecommunications network through an incremental deployment of products and technologies. For more information visit www.kepler.space and @KeplerComms