Startup Showcase: Kepler Communications – Building the First In-Space Telecommunications Network

From the skies of Toronto, Kepler Communications is revolutionizing the way we think about satellite communications. The Canadian-based startup is developing an in-space telecommunications network for space-borne assets, paving the way for real-time connectivity in space. In this startup showcase, we’ll explore what makes Kepler unique and how they are changing the future of satellite communications.

Connecting the World Beyond Earth: Kepler’s Vision for Space Communications

Kepler Communications is building cell phone towers in space. This infrastructure is designed to resolve the problem of intermittent connectivity for non-geostationary satellites, opening new business opportunities that necessitate real-time connectivity to satellites, and reducing reliance on costly and difficult-to-deploy ground infrastructure. The company is working towards establishing an in-space telecommunications network for space-borne assets, connecting the world beyond earth in ways never before thought possible.

Revolutionizing Satellite Communications: Kepler’s Cutting-Edge Technologies

Kepler Communications is revolutionizing satellite communications with cutting-edge technologies that are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible. With the company’s first service, named Global Data ServiceTM, they have been able to pack more Mbps into a nanosatellite than anybody else ever before. This wideband service delivers a store-and-forward type of solution for companies needing to move large quantities of delay-tolerant data from regions where connectivity is limited or non-existent. This service is available today for trials, offering a glimpse of what’s possible with Kepler’s innovative technologies.

In addition to Global Data ServiceTM, Kepler is developing a satellite service for Internet of Things devices, called everywhereIoTTM. This low-power, low-cost, bi-directional narrowband satellite service allows for the connection of assets all around the globe, including at sea, on land, and even in the poles. With two satellites already in orbit and a third scheduled for launch later in 2019, the company is preparing the deployment of its first LEO constellation for 2020.

The Future of Satellite Communications: Kepler’s Role in Shaping the Industry

Kepler Communications is playing a crucial role in shaping the future of satellite communications. The company is not only developing innovative technologies but also working with partners to leverage these technologies in new and exciting ways. From enabling new business opportunities to reducing reliance on costly ground infrastructure, Kepler is at the forefront of a new era of satellite communications.

Conclusion: Kepler Communications is Building the Future of Satellite Communications

Kepler Communications is a Canadian startup with a bold vision for the future of satellite communications. By building an in-space telecommunications network for space-borne assets, the company is opening up new business opportunities and reducing reliance on costly and difficult-to-deploy ground infrastructure. With cutting-edge technologies and a commitment to innovation, Kepler Communications is changing the way we think about satellite communications and paving the way for a brighter future.





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