The New IP - Optical Satellite SDN Service Provider Laser Light Joins NIA

Optical satellite service provider Laser Light Communications became the most recent member of the New IP Agency this week. The company is building an optical satellite system, currently in the development stage, which will use 12 Medium Earth Orbit (MEO) satellites coupled with fiber cables to deliver links of more than 200 Gbps without relying on radio frequency spectrum. Software-defined networking (SDN) sits in the middle. Laser Light expects to complete deployment of all 12 satellites and its global SDN network by 2018, says Bob Brumley, senior managing director, in an interview. "SDN is really the glue that holds these two systems, normally competing, together," he says. "We can op

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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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