[Breaking Defense] Optical communications, i.e. lasers, are the network pipes for the Internet of Space
Space-based comms are integral to our ability to connect to the internet, secure our communications, monitor our planet, and guide us on our roads and in our skies.
The rising demand—coupled with diminishing barriers to entry for satellite operators—has elevated the role of satellites in our everyday lives. Space-based comms are integral to our ability to connect to the internet, secure our communications, monitor our planet, and guide us on our roads and in our skies.
[Executive Mosaic] Space Officials Debate Proper Parameters for Satellite Communications Latency Delays
At ExecutiveBiz’s Space Technologies Forum, Kepler Communications asked participants in the panel discussion whether the 90-minute latency requirement included in a recent request for information from the National Reconnaissance Office made sense or was characterized by a certain “disconnect.”
Kepler Communications said April 13 it has raised $92 million to start deploying an optical data-relay constellation next year.
Kepler Communications announced it has raised $92 Million USD in Series C.
Kepler Communications has selected Tesat-Spacecom, to supply optical inter-satellite links for its next generation of satellites.
Kepler Communications has selected Tesat-Spacecom to supply optical inter-satellite links.
Kepler Communications announces a contract with Spire to bring high-capacity Ku-Band Service.
Kepler Communications welcomed four new satellites into their constellation today, further expanding the active constellation to 19 satellites in total.