Astrome is revolutionizing internet delivery through its innovative millimetre wave wireless communication technology. The company aims to launch a constellation of 198 ultra-High Throughput Satellites(ultra-HTS) in Low Earth Orbit called SpaceNet. The total network capacity of SpaceNet will be 24Tbps. This constellation will have an order of magnitude lower infrastructure cost per Gbps when compared to other constellations that are being launched. The satellites cover all the regions between 38 degree North and South latitudes. This include South-Asia, South-east Asia, Africa, Australia, Middle East, South America, North America (Partially) and major seas.
The three main applications for SpaceNet internet services are:
1. Maritime Connectivity: Maritime users suffer from low bandwidth or prohibitively expensive satellite connectivity. Astrome’s innovative technology will provide high bandwidth connectivity over the ocean at affordable cost.
2. Satellite Backhaul: Satellites enable 4G/5G services to be delivered in rural remote areas where fibre backbone is not necessarily present. With this service, Astrome aims to enable telecom operators and internet service providers to launch their broadband, 4G and 5G services in rural and remote areas.
3. Direct-to-Home (DTH) Internet: Astrome will also provide in some geographies, Direct-to-Home internet connections to consumers. A pizza-box-sized equipment on roof-top will enable consumer to avail Astrome’s internet services.
Astrome’s financial layer is blockchain enabled, allowing it to deliver its internet services faster and more efficiently while at the same time preparing for the era of Web3.0.
Astrome is selling its internet service tokens called SpaceWave (SPW) starting from July 23rd, 2019.
|Soft cap||10,000,000 EUR (11,020,000 USD)|
|Hard cap||600,000,000 EUR (661,200,000 USD)|
|Accepting||ETH, LTC, FIAT, BCH, XRP, XLM, BTH, EOS, BNB, TRX|
|Restricted countries||Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Ethiopia, Iran, Iraq, North Korea, South Korea, Syria, Trinidad and Tobago, Vanuatu, Yemen|
|Know Your Customer||Yes|
2015 - Inception
2016 - Ideation
Designed Core Architecture
2017 - Creation
Finalised SpaceNet Plans
Filed with ITU
2018 - PoC
Lab tests Completed
R&D for GigaMesh
SpaceNet Filings published by ITU
2019 Q2 - R&D
Testing for GigaMesh
Working on SpaceNet-E
2019 Q4 - R&D
GigaMesh Field Demonstration
Working on SpaceNet-E
2020 Q2 - R&D
SpaceNet-E is Launched
2020 Q4 - R&D
2021 Q2 - R&D
Working on SpaceNet-22
2021 Q4 - Phase 1
SpaceNet-22 is launched
Working on SpaceNet-99
Data Transfer Services Available
2022 Q2 - Phase 2
SpaceNet-99 is launched
Working on SpaceNet-198
Internet Services on Land Available
2022 Q4 - Phase 3
SpaceNet-198 is Launched
Full Services Available
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