Pasifik Satelit Indonesia
Kawasan Karyadeka Pancamurni Blok A Kav. 3, Cikarang SelatanBekasi 17530 Indonesia Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Adi Rahman Adiwoso
Position: President Director
PT. Pasifik Satelit Nusantara (PSN) is the first private Indonesian company engaged in satellite telecommunications
Vision / Objective / Roles
Established in 1991, From the business of supplying satellite transponders, PSN has now become a provider of satellite information and communication services.
PSN provides mobile satellite communication services via BYRU and PASTI, as well as satellite data communication services to the banking, plantation and other sectors, both with IP and SCPC VSAT systems.
PT. Pasifik Satelit Nusantara is listed as the first private satellite company and one of the 5 satellite operators in Indonesia, in addition to being the pioneer of Mobile VSAT (MVSAT) innovation, which is a mobile VSAT antenna system with the first self-pointing technology made by the Indonesian nation.
The latest major success project carried and operated by PSN is the Geostationary Communication Satellite Nusantara Satu Satellite (PSN VI), launched in 2019.
In 2020, a new satellitie, Nusantara Dua, was produced by and launch by China (China Great Wall Industry Corp). Due to an anomaly, the launch was a failure.
Nusantara Satu Satellite (PSN VI) is an Indonesian geostationary communications satellite (GEO) owned by Pasifik Satelit Nusantara (PSN). The satellite is positioned above the equator at 146 degrees east longitude and moves with the rotation of the earth.
Nusantara Satu Satellite is the first Indonesian broadband satellite to use High Throughput Satellite (HTS) technology with higher bandwidth capacity to provide broadband access services to all regions of Indonesia.
It has a capacity of 26 C-band and 12 extended C-band transponders and 8 Ku-band spot beams with a total bandwidth capacity of up to 15 Gbps, with coverage throughout Indonesia.
It was manufactured by Space System Loral (SSL), United States of America and launched at Cape Canaveral, in February 2019 using a Space-X Falcon-9 launch rocket.