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Connecting cell phones to satellite networks is a major step toward making ubiquitous connectivity a reality. The operations of these new networks are just beginning and the roll-out of services will be gradual but, in the very near term, availability will be widespread.
Vaibhav Magow discusses how the satellite industry will play a significant role in 2024 in enabling internet access for individuals, communities and businesses in more underserved regions, such as Africa.
As the restaurant industry continues to rebound from the pandemic, enticing consumers with convenience, ordering ease and speed has become an indispensable recovery strategy.
Rural America is getting more connectivity options, and in the years to come robust internet will be available to most rural businesses and residents at a competitive price.
Giant JUPITER 3 broadband satellite is performing as expected with early customers getting download speeds of up to 100 megabits per second (Mbps).
The deal combines DISH Network’s satellite technology, streaming services, and nationwide 5G network with EchoStar’s satellite communications solutions.
In the year 2024, the satellite industry will have a crucial role in facilitating internet access for individuals, communities, and businesses in the MENA region.
New JUPITER™ 3 satellite to fuel the launch of faster (and uncapped) satellite broadband speed plans that deliver up to 100 Mbit/s downstream.