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When “the last mile” is up in the sky

The name has been taken from those Nepalese hard guys that can transport heavy loads on their shoulder up the slopes of mountains in Nepal, an essential component in any 8000 expeditions. Here the intended job is similar: pick up a payload from a low space orbit, the one reached …

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Megatrends for this decade – III

2. Global gigabit connectivity at ultra-low cost This megatrend is actually the convergence of three: “global”, “gigabit ” and “ultra-low cost”. The quest for coverage and for performance is nothing new, as a matter of fact. the novelty is in the “quality” and “quantity” foreseen by this trend. Connectivity has …

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6G enters orbit

As most Countries are focussing on accelerating the deployment of 5G China has decided to move forward and deploy… 6G. Well, as I mentioned in the series of post on 6G, 6G does not exist yet, we actually are not even sure what it will look like. One of the …

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