5G and the Future of Capacity Leasing

When considering 5G, one might inadvertently focus on user-oriented characteristics such as latency or throughput.  However, the reality is that one area where 5G will be more disruptive is on the backend of networks

Can Non-GEO HTS Beat Fiber Economics?

The inter-play between telecom and satellite operators connecting remote points on Earth is a well-established, niche business. Telecom and satellite ecosystems have cooperated for decades as satellites adapted roles from serving international trunks, to jumpstarting Internet backbone connections in developing regions, to supporting domestic backhauling for wireless carriers. While the proliferation of GEO-HTS has made.

Infrastructure in the Stratosphere

Several programs from the last two decades alone promised the use of stratospheric platforms for comms and observation, most of which fell through in the end. However, recent investments and subsequent mission successes from commercial players such as Alphabet and Airbus have injected a fresh wave of hope.