Google will deploy $1 billion worth of Satellites To Spread Internet Access

Google will deploy $1 billion worth of Satellites To Spread Internet Access


Jun 20, 2014
Google will deploy $1 billion worth of Satellites To Spread Internet Access

Google’s Satellites To Spread Internet Access

! Tubes making much of the world cover up through the internet lack in targeting all of it. Google recently disclosed the news of spreading the access of internet where the reaching of tubes is apparently not a situation seemingly factual. This idea is to be enforced with the help of three technologies; solar powered drones of high altitudes, balloons, and of course the very recent satellites in space. Obviously, Google will not be the only first one to make the use of satellites in covering up the earth in the technology of the internet. In 1990s, the early boom of the dotcom by various companies like Teledisc and also the Globalstar along with Iridium was marketed through the satellite phones and the services associated with the internet. But, major companies out of all them had either announced situations of bankruptcy or failed in achieving the idea due to the poor managed and heavy initial costs incurred. Later, in the year 2010, routing of the services with the internet was tested by Pentagon through the use of satellite. This time around, to avoid the any kind of the problematic situations or flaws, Google hired expertise compiled with the unmatched talent of eminent alumni of O3b which is the company for satellite internet. The new initiative in the domain of satellite describes the recent evolution in the race of Google against the Facebook to target the potential prospective customers in the areas of the world without offering the internet access through broadband. With Google’s, efforts on the prior Project Loon, in spotting the required coverage for the geographical conditions did not seemingly be a boon; the recent Titan Aerospace acquisition success of atmospheric satellites will pave new ways for unification with satellites of O3b. The venture of this new satellite acquisition of O3b also clearly explains that Google now has the stakes or proprietorship in major of the approaches in fie technical domains of IEEE Spectrum which was prior aloof for its capability of outreaching its services of broadband to the hinterlands. The other technology out of the rest that shows up in the form of antennas being made up meta material, created by Kymeta Corp, is suffice to track the motion of the satellites in a cost efficient manner in comparison with the conventional antennas. Likewise, it is quite early to say if it is possible for the either of three proposed latest of Google to justify the expansion of the internet access to the almost all the parts of the world. Any of them which works, it is pretty much clear that Google is looking forward to reach out to the edge and beyond the space for the spread of the internet further the dictatorship of tubes.

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