European Union, preparing Iris2 multi-orbit constellation, says low latency’s a priority for future secure satcom

by Peter B. de Selding

LA PLATA, Maryland — The European Union Agency for the Space Program, EUSPA, is forecasting that 25% of users of satellite services for secure communications in 2040 will require low-latency connections for a majority of their traffic.

These users include hospitals practicing telemedicine, nuclear power installations, financial centers, data centers and military command sites.

The EUSPA estimate also concludes that another 65% of EU secure satellite communications demand in 2040 will be from users that view low latency has providing a high added value for at least . . .

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