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Musk launches govt-focused satellite internet service called Starshield

Elon Musk-run SpaceX has announced a new government-focused satellite internet service called Starshield with a focus on “national security”.

Starshield leverages SpaceX’s Starlink technology and launch capability to support national security efforts, the company said on its website.

While Starlink is designed for consumer and marketable use, Starshield is designed for government use, with an original focus on three areas Earth observation, dispatches and hosted payloads.

SpaceX said that Starshield will launch satellites with seeing loads and deliver reused data directly to the stoner. ” Starshield provides assured global dispatches to government druggies with Starshield stoner outfit and builds satellite motorcars to support the most demanding client cargo operations,” it further informed.

Starlink formerly offers end-to-end stoner data encryption and Starshield will use” fresh high-assurance cryptographic capability to host classified loads and process data securely, meeting the most demanding government conditions”.

The company said that Starlink’sinter-satellite ray dispatches terminal, which is the only dispatches ray operating at scale in route moment, can be integrated onto mate satellites to enable objectification into the Starshield network.

” SpaceX’s ongoing work with the Department of Defense and other mates demonstrates our capability to give in-space and on-ground capability at scale,” said the space company. Meanwhile, satellite Internet service Starlink will soon be available in recreational vehicles( RVs).

Starlink for RVs allows druggies to get immediate access to high-speed, low- quiescence Internet while in stir, at any position where the company provides active content.
Lately, the company had blazoned that its satellite Internet service will be available on select airplanes with the sanctioned launch of Starlink Aviation coming time.

The service will offer Internet pets of over to 350 Mbps to each airplane
equipped with its Aero Terminal, which it says is presto enough for videotape calls, online gaming,” and other high data rate conditioning”.

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