SpaceX has just received approval from the FCC to bring 4,425 satellites into space to create a network of low earth orbit satellites for selling home Internet at higher speeds without the current satellite systems.
The goal is to provide a robust high-speed Internet with this new system, especially in developing and rural areas of developed countries such as the United States. If you do not have the Internet, if you have fiber-optic Internet, this could offer real wireless Internet options to Americans who do not currently have real options.
"This approval underscores FCC's confidence in SpaceX's plans for next-generation satellite constellation, connecting people around the world with reliable and affordable broadband services," said Gwynne Shotwell, president of SpaceX, in a statement.  SpaceX has already launched several test satellites to prove the system, and now they have permission to move on to a bigger rollout of 4,425 satellites.
The system also promises to support relief efforts that are currently hundreds of dollars a day for 5 Mbps With this system, helpers can also access the high-speed Internet in areas with high-speed access.
Source: The Verge
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