The Speed of Light: Laser Light and Optus Explain Optical Communications Partnership To Via Satellit

[Via Satellite 05-04-2015] Laser Light Communications, a company that has set its sights on becoming the first Optical Satellite Service (OSS) provider, is hooking up with Australian telecommunications company Optus in a partnership that promises to expand the realms of satellite communications through an all-optical, laser-based terrestrial/satellite network. The optical satellite system offers a path to up data throughput and capacity to unprecedented levels through a planned constellation of eight to 12 Medium Earth Orbit (MEO) satellites while relying on partnerships such as the one struck with Optus to provide access to pre-existing terrestrial fiber and undersea cable infrastructure to

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Laser Light will deploy an All-Optical Hybrid Global Communications Network called HALO™ – providing Connectivity without Boundaries™.  The 12-MEO satellite constellation will connect existing infrastructure locations, as well as remote and formally unreachable locations around the world.

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