On top of a press release on Amazon posted this week, there is a strange picture. It is a rocket-proportioned American flag and, on top of that, the Amazon smiling symbol, is flying high. The company is taking its business seriously, and Jeff Bezos is no longer offering a hike.
Amazon recently announced that, by the end of next year, originally called ABL Space Systems will provide two Project Kuiper satellites, the company’s efforts to create a low-orient Earth orbit, or LEO, a satanic group of stars that can connect the internet to the world. Amazon says it will eventually deploy 3,236 satellites “that will provide faster, cheaper circuits in unprotected and unprotected areas around the world.” It doesn’t hurt that being an online web host could also help boost the business of cloud computing companies, Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Amazon calls satellites. will work with Verizon to provide LTE and 5G services in hard-to-reach areas.
It’s hard to resist the idea of getting more people online. In some parts of the world, access to Broadband and human rights. But if you are concerned that Amazon is growing at everything, it may seem daunting that one of the world’s most powerful companies is launching satellites into space and is soon improving the number of people on the Internet worldwide. In addition, thanks to AWS, a new satanic-based online business needs to do well. As Babak Beheshti, dean of the College of Engineering and Computing Sciences at the New York Institute of Technology, he told me last year, “Amazon, in fact, will be its biggest customer to launch a revenue stream.”
But based on the history of telecom monopolies here on Earth, it would not be so bad that many companies have entered online competition.
“Increasing market competition over the next few years could lead to increased innovation and lower prices,” said Mark Buell, vice president of the Internet Society of North America. , the International Organization for the Protection of the Development and Use of the Internet.
Amazon is not the only one looking to create a fast and secure internet service using satanic constellations. Starlink, a SpaceX project, already has more than 1,700 satellites in a down-to-earth way, and the company says has a population of about 90,000 In the process, each person pays $ 99 a month (plus a $ 499 fee per event). OneWeb, a British company itself came out of the bankruptcy last year, has over 350 satellites around here, about half the total number of stars.
The concept of all these ministries is simple, as far as the celestial bodies are concerned. A platform with a connecting thread transmits data to a star cluster and satellites transmit data to customers. Even going into space and back, connections can also be quick. Project Kuiper cites his example provided speeds of up to 400Mbps, much faster than mid-speed Broadband in the United States. And because of the connection coming from heaven, almost anywhere in the world you can access the internet without the need for wires in the mountains, under the sea, through forests, or anywhere in the distance. Amazon alone can be a unique place to do this.
“Providing telecommunications is just adding satellites into space,” Buell said. “The infrastructure needs to be grounded. Amazon has invested heavily in fiber optic cables to connect to its data center – and, most importantly, Amazon is succeeding in operations, which will require monitoring more than 3,200 satellites.”
Finding more people online, on their own, is a legitimate goal for Amazon, but once again, the company’s ambitions can go further. Last year, AWS completed construction at six stations as part of a new way to give its customers easy access to satellite communications and satellite data processing. The business is called AWS Ground Station, naturally, and soon, it looks like Amazon will have its satellites in orbit, which could inform whatever AWS may choose to offer in the future.
That Amazon is launching Project Kuiper not only selling online services to customers but also promoting its AWS offerings is no problem. Commercial real estate companies have just begun, and there is much more to discover about the need to launch rockets and satellites around and test their feasibility. This is what Jeff Bezos has been doing since he resigned earlier this year as CEO of the company he founded. Its aerospace company Blue Origin recently announced plans to build a “multi-purpose business center” in a way that can rent other parts of the business environment. A fixed satellite can go online during the International Space Station retirement, probably at the end of the decade.
Meanwhile, Elon Musk has been claiming he wants money from Starlink to pay for his Starship career and missions to make more planets. Billionaire he said in 2019 that the spacecraft business is “the most important means of establishing a self-sustaining city on Mars and the foundation of the moon.” The Starship has already been selected as the Artemis mission mission, which plans to reach people on a monthly basis soon by 2024.
But neither SpaceX or Blue Origin will take new Amazon satellites into space. It looks like California’s start-up company ABL Space Systems, which operates a small cargo system to float on low-cost rockets, has given Amazon a chance. ABL Space Systems, which sanaululebe rocket, it is said to be able to get about 1.5 tons of payloads to Low-Earth orbit on its RS1 rocket, which will be carrying Amazon Kuiper satellites, for $ 12 million in installation. Installation of SpaceX Falcon 9 could cost $ 62 million. And Blue Origin seems to be looking great by launching celebrities into space.
What makes Project Kuiper and its competitors appear to have nothing to do with rocket launchers or to Mars, or how Amazon is starting a new business in space. For many, the success of these activities may mean the difference between having an internet connection and not having one. Currently, at least 21 million Americans he has no chance to the Broadband brand, according to the FCC, which means that countless children who do not have access to online learning materials and patients who do not have access to telemedicine – among many others. So if Amazon wants to get more people online, well, there are a lot of good things for more people. And for Amazon, most of the potential customers are new.