Kepler Communications announced today that Stephen (Steve) Bennett will be joining the Kepler Team as Chief Operating Officer effective September 20th, to contribute his expertise to accelerating Kepler’s next phase of growth.
Kepler Communications Inc. is thrilled to be once again officially certified as a Great Place to Work®! Following an independent survey conducted by the Great Place to Work® Institute Canada, we’ve been awarded the certification for the second consecutive year.
Space company Kepler Communications has raised an oversubscribed US$60M Series B to provide it with a capital injection for the continued scaling of its on-orbit satellite communications network.
Extended testing in Inuvik, Canada shows Kymeta u8 approaching speeds 10X faster than previous generations in extreme weather conditions and temperatures.
Kepler Communications welcomed two new satellites into their constellation today, further expanding the active constellation to 15 satellites in total.
Kepler Communications Inc. (“Kepler”) released to the public a bespoke software package it has developed to simulate radio frequency interference between satellite networks. The software – written entirely in Python – is being distributed under an open-source license, free to use and edit by the public. With the release, Kepler seeks to improve access to valuable simulation tools that are used to assess the impacts of space-based networks on the interference environment.
January 26, 2021 — Kepler Communications Inc. is thrilled to be officially certified as a Great Place to Work® for Startups 2021, determined from our employee responses to the Trust Index Survey. This is in recognition of our commitment to cultivating an environment full of encouragement, fun, laughter and an incredible sense of adventure! We believe that while you may be able to go fast if you go alone, to go far, you need to go together.
TORONTO, ONTARIO, January 24th, 2021 – Kepler Communications welcomed eight new satellites into their constellation today, further expanding the active constellation to 13 satellites in total. These eight satellites, KEPLER-8 through KEPLER-15, were successfully launched via SpaceX’s first dedicated SmallSat Rideshare Program mission at approximately 10:00 AM EDT this morning. Once fully operational within the constellation these will significantly increase the capacity of Kepler’s Global Data Services offering.
October 20th, 2020 –Santa Clara, CA –Momentus Inc. (“Momentus” or the “Company”), a commercial space company offering in-space infrastructure services, and Kepler Communications Inc. (“Kepler”), developer and operator of next-gen satellite communications technologies, have signed a launch service agreement to deploy two additional satellites for Kepler’s GEN1 constellation in 2021. Momentus’ rideshare service will include launch provisions and delivery to the customer’s desired orbital altitude while maintaining the SSO inclination using Momentus’ Vigoride transfer vehicle.