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Kacific satellite payload to take off on SpaceX launch
Its 56 high-throughput spot beams will place capacity over selected regions in South East Asia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands.
Fleet Space announces three million sensors on its satellite IoT network
Fleet Space Technologies is preparing to launch an additional ten satellites to meet customer demand.
HPE opens up ‘cloud above the clouds’ for space travel
HPE today announced it is launching high performance computing capabilities to astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) following a successful 12 month experiment.
Data centres in outer space could happen sooner than you think
An expert has stated that we could soon be launching data centres into outer space to utilise solar power & zero human error, among other things.
Vodafone and Nokia to create 4G network on the moon
Vodafone’s network expertise will be used to set up the Moon’s first 4G network.
Spaceborne computer set to teraFLOP its way across the Solar System
The goal is to operate seamlessly in the harsh conditions of space for one year.
SpaceX, rockets & a successful satellite launch brings new comm services
“Each successful launch brings us one step closer to both a technological and financial transformation."
SpaceX and Airbus team up launching the latest satellite technology into orbit
The EchoStar 105/SES-11 will be launched by SpaceX on a flight-proven Falcon 9 rocket...
HPE’s Spaceborne computer successfully powers up in space
"It has been a long month for us, as we waited for an update from NASA..."
The rise of AI: should we be scared or ecstatic?
AI has the potential to deliver scientific breakthroughs like we have never seen or imagined...
NASA, SpaceX and HPE team up to send a supercomputer to space
The Spaceborne Computer includes a high-speed HPC interconnect running an open-source Linux OS...
One small step toward Mars, One giant leap for supercomputing
"This represents the first step into the next frontier of space exploration..."