The The Elon Musk's Starlink project aims to use low-Earth orbit (LEO) satellites to provide high-speed broadband services to remote areas. SpaceX has obtained permission from relevant US authorities and is allowed to launch more than 12,000 satellites into orbit. The current target markets of StarChain include the northern United States and Canada, and will be able to provide wifi broadband services to the world by 2021. At the recent 2020 satellite conference, Musk said that providing Internet access services to people who lack wireless networks is a market that exceeds $30 billion a year. Musk said at the meeting: "The Starchain plan is not a huge threat to telecom operators. I think it is very clear: this is not the case." On the contrary, Musk said that traditional copper cables or optical fibers cannot cover all groups of people, and Starlink helps those who cannot receive the operator's network signal by serving the cellular tower. , Musk said: "5G is very suitable for high-density environments, but it is actually not ideal for rural areas. In a sparsely populated environment, 5G is not suitable." "So Starlink will serve 3% to 4% of the most difficult to reach telecommunications company customers, as well as those with poor network signals and have not been able to access the Internet recently. So I think the Starlink plan will greatly reduce traditional telecommunications Operator's burden." Musk said. Musk said that the goal of Starlink is to provide "less than 20 milliseconds" latency for broadband services, which is fast enough for "fast response video games." Musk's Starlink is not alone in the space network. Several companies are investing in satellite broadband business, among which SpaceMobile, a joint venture between Vodafone Group and Rakuten, has just announced the establishment. Starlink, SpaceMobile, and other companies will target different geographic locations and customer groups, but the overall impact on telecommunications companies may be similar: a part of a global network market worth $30 billion (according to Musk’s best (Guess) may be lost from the hands of traditional telecom operators.
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Netizen Reply: The The Quote: jdunion published in 2020-6-2511:49 Provides "less than 20 milliseconds" latency for broadband services Someone had to raise the bar before, saying that this must be lower than optical fiber transmission, it is for granted, optical fiber transmission...
Netizen Reply: The The Citation: qinghe187100 published in 2020-6-2511:50 Was the moto's Iridium plan coming true?
Netizen reply: The The StarChain is equivalent to foreign wifi, automatic prosperity, even direct scientific surfing
Netizen reply: The The Quote: fwo published in 2020-6-2511:56 The speed of light, which refers to the speed of light in a vacuum, is a physical constant, generally denoted as c, with an exact value of 299792458m/s 11,640 kilometers from China to the United States...
Netizen Reply: The The 20ms refers to the air interface delay from the client to the satellite, forwarding to the ground is not the best