Advanced Television: Milliseconds worth millions in LEO

NSR says that the new Low Earth Orbiting (LEO) satellite mega-constellations, while not providing data-rates as high as fibre when connecting major cities but when adding in other delays the satellite-based systems will be able to offer lower latency than fibre across long distances, a situation that could foster wider interest in satellite constellations by.

SatNews: LEO Speed: When Milliseconds are Worth $Millions… An NSR Insight

In regards to LEO speed: “Remember that time is money” wrote Benjamin Franklin in a 1748 book. The concept of opportunity cost believed to trace back to ancient Greek philosophers but popularized by one of the founding fathers of the United States, may nowhere be more critical to business than in the realms of high-frequency.

Axios: Earth-watching satellites come of age

Using Earth-watching satellites, “many companies are aiming to beam back photos from orbit using constellations of small satellites, potentially flooding the market with data and increasing competition”…

LEO Speed: When Milliseconds are Worth $Millions

“Remember that time is money” wrote Benjamin Franklin in a 1748 book.  The concept of opportunity cost believed to trace back to ancient Greek philosophers but popularized by one of the founding fathers of the United States, may nowhere be more critical to business than in the realms of high-frequency trading (HFT).