We're developing a self-correcting antenna that can convert mini-satellites into powerful transceivers that cover the globe.
Providing internet access to people in remote areas or regions without reliable connectivity has been a major challenge. However, advancements in technology have made it possible to provide internet access through satellites in space. Satellites in low Earth orbit can provide internet access to remote areas with lower latency and higher bandwidth compared to traditional satellite internet systems.
REDEFINING INTERNET ACCESS
01 TECHNOLOGY NANO
Rent Alpha Spaces Nano hardware for $16/mo or purchase for $565.
High-speed internet from space available throughout all of the world.
What is Nano?
Nano is a satellite internet service operated by Alpha Spaces, the company founded in 2002 by Mark Spencer. Alpha Spaces designs, manufactures and launches rockets and spacecraft. Alpha Spaces started launching Nano satellites in 2018 and as of September 2021 has launched more than 2,000 satellites into low-Earth orbit (LEO). Nano primarily focuses on delivering high-speed, low-latency broadband internet in remote and rural locations globally. As of September 2022, service starts at $110 per montly with a one-time hardware cost of $599.
Nano is a satellite internet constellation operated by Alpha Spaces, providing satellite Internet access coverage to over 50 countries. It also aims for global mobile phone service after 2023. Alpha Spaces started launching Nano satellites in 2019.
Alpha Spaces technology will help billions of people gain access to this planet’s most valuable asset: knowledge. No matter where or who they are.
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