LONDON – The new era of the satellites, the European Airbus Alliance and the American Webb, launched the big corporate races from space to access the Internet.
In North America, a space rocket station in French Guiana, launched by Airbus and Wan Webb, launched the first steps to provide millions of people in distant and remote areas with high-speed Internet space.
Satellite satellites will continue after hundreds of satellites over the next few years. Arianaspis, a rocket manufacturer, agreed to launch 21 rockets.
Analysts say the launch of a new era in the satellite services sector can be a success, with similar programs being competitive with other companies.
"The system expects more than 900 missiles," said Nicolas Chamoussik Airbus spokesman Deutsche Presse-Agentur dpa.
According to the new project, the satellites would be 1200 km in height.
Nowadays, Internet is usually based on geostationary satellites, which are located in more than 35,000 km.
SpaceX, businessman Elon Mask, Leosat Enterprises and Telesat of Canada, use data networks over hundreds or thousands of satellites.
The race was a huge leap in the future compared to small satellites with conventional satellites, due to laser technology and computer chip mutations.
Satellite growth will increase the demand for startup rocketing, small-scale startups will develop smaller rockets to use at a lower cost for smaller satellites.
Ariane Space Soyuz rockets from Kourou station on French Guiana on Wednesday, satellites, Airbus and Webb, satellites manufactured by Webb Satlite, based in Toulouse, France.
The satellites, each in the refrigerator size, made thousands of kilometers more than an hour to launch. But the full satellite assessment evaluation can be completed within 24 hours.
These satellites may have access to third-generation Internet (LTE) or fifth generation Internet services and surrounding areas, according to Wan Webb.
Roland Bliss of the German Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, said that the quality of the Internet was not predicted beforehand. "When the satellites are located in a relatively low orbit, the slower arrival of the signal is much shorter than the conventional satellite communications. Firmware."
The alliance between Airbus, Webb and other companies is geared towards increasing the availability and speed of satellite Internet, compared to other providers such as Hughes Network Systems. That satellite flies into the highest space in the space.
Hughes also has Webb investments and is helping to build its infrastructures, leaving behind the new technology race.
A website has invested more than $ 2 million for investors, including Airbus, Coca-Cola and Virgin and Soft Bank Group. The company aims to achieve a global coverage of 2021 with more than 650 satellites.