Kepler Communications raises $60 million expand network, add US office


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Kepler Communications

Kepler Communications, a start-up that is building a satellite internet network for service outside of the Earth, raised $60 million in a new round to help the Toronto-based company grow, including an expansion in the U.S.

“We’re not selling to businesses directly here on Earth – we’re focused on providing communications to space stations, to other satellites, to allow them to bring their information back down to Earth in real time,” Kepler CEO Mina Mitry told CNBC.

Kepler’s private equity round was led by Tribe Capital, which has previously invested in space companies Relativity and Momentus, with funding…


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