Guest Post: The final part in the LEO series explores the implications of the direct-to-site model currently being used by LEO providers.
Guest Post: The third part in the LEO satellite series examines issues surrounding the ‘speed’ of the connections.
Guest Post: In part 2 of the LEO series, Ulrich Speidel examines some questions worth asking of LEO providers.
Guest Post: Part one in the LEO series explores some key elements that make these satellites different to previous forms of satellite Internet.
Low earth orbit satellite-powered Internet could be a game-changer for remote areas, but what happens when people in more populated areas want it?
Guest Post: Vulnerabilities in some forms of maritime satellite communication mean hackers with limited resources can eavesdrop.
Guest Post: Computer scientists are proposing a novel network design that could double the network capacity of low-flying satellite Internet systems.
Guest Post: The University of the South Pacific manages a number of challenges in operating, maintaining and upgrading its large and diverse network.
A new report has addressed the trends and challenges of connectivity in the Pacific, focusing on the role of satellite technology.
While Tonga assesses the impact of its recent submarine cable outage, other similarly-connected economies will also be paying attention.