Guest Post: New satellite Internet products will need to contend with a variety of complicated regulatory questions.
Guest Post: What amount of damage can powerful blasts of charged particles do to today’s Internet.
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.