After the successful launch of these satellites, it has been decided to provide high speed internet in the middle of the year 2022 in India. One web few days ago, Sunil Bharti Mittal’s Bharti Group took over from the British Government.
Indian company Bharti Global has launched 36 Internet Connectivity Satellites in association with the United Kingdom (UK)-led company. Apart from the UK government, Japan’s Soft Bank also has a stake in the satellites launched by Bharti global company One Web.
The company has informed the success of this launch through a press release. These satellites have been launched from the Vostochenny Cosmodrome in the eastern part of Russia. The biggest benefit of this launch is going to be the Internet users in India.
High Speed Internet will be available in India
After the successful launch of these satellites, it has been decided to provide high speed internet in the middle of the year 2022 in India.
One web few days ago, Sunil Bharti Mittal’s Bharti Group took over from the British Government. The company is now moving into broadband satellite communications.
The special thing is that this company recently got out of bankruptcy. On Thursday, these satellites were launched with the help of the Soyuz launch vehicle from Low Earth Orbit (LEO) broadband satellite communications company.
A total of 110 satellites have been launched. These satellites are part of the 648 LEO satellite fleet which will provide high speed global connectivity.
US Department of Defense tests satellites
One Web went completely bankrupt due to the Corona virus. After this, it was provided help by the US Department of Defense Pentagon. One Web is part of the 40 space start-ups that the Pentagon is going to help.
This was informed by Lieutenant General David Thomson, Vice Commander of the Pentagon’s Space Force. One Web has demonstrated its satellite communications system in front of the Pentagon on 2 March.
The satellites that have been launched were also part of this demo. This network with 648 satellites will serve as a network for air, maritime and user terminals on the ground.
During a live event, One Web revealed under test conditions how up to 500 Mbps of data can be provided with the help of 110 Leo Satellites and two ground user terminals.
America’s Special Command will see demo
After this demo, DeLeon Brown, the head of the company’s pride sales, said that this demonstration showed how government initiatives such as the Pentagon would be helped by our initiative.
How can it be reduced to low area, high bandwidth, bearable and reliable global communications. In April, additional presentation is planned in front of the US Special Operations Command (SOCOM) and the US Central Command (CENTCOM) in April.
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