90% of the Earth’s surface is not covered by communications. But satellite to mobile could fill it all in...
Constellations spoke to Charles Miller, co-founder and CEO of Lynk, a company developing a constellation that aims to turn satellites into cell towers that will extend ubiquitous mobile coverage to the world’s population.
Five of the world’s eight billion people have mobile devices, yet just 10% of the planet is covered from a square mile perspective, offering a lot of room for growth.
“We've solved not only a big technical problem, but an economic problem as . . .
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