Our GEO and LEO satellite networks will consist of multiple components, which will be deployed in several phases. When it is fully deployed, it will provide seamless global connectivity, without relying on any third party’s terrestrial infrastructure, and will enable the creation of high-speed virtual data circuits between any points on Earth within the network’s coverage
We aim to conquer the market by utilizing the most advanced and up-to-date technology stack. In partnership with the French engineering company, we are developing the Ultra High-Throughput Satellite (UHTS), producing a highly reliable capacity for data service delivery through Extremely High Frequency (EHF). In addition to that, we want to adopt the next satellite industry evolutionary milestone, Q/V-Band. By reaching the milestone, we will be able to compete directly on pricing, reliable bandwidth allocation, and throughput with fiber, microwave links, HTS Ku/C-band, HTS Ka-band, and planned other LEO satellite networks
We plan on using Blockchain Technology to preserve a distributed data ledger of its satellite network telemetry data, network status records, each satellite, inter-satellite link utilization, and more. This will allow us to keep safe detailed historical data that can be used for space asset tracking & monitoring, network troubleshooting, and more.