“SpaceX is aiming to one day deliver 10Gbps internet speeds over its satellite internet system, Starlink—a ten-fold increase over the company’s previous 1Gbps goal.
“Last week, SpaceX gave an update to the FCC on the current status of Starlink, which is already supplying broadband to residents in rural areas in the US, Canada, and the UK.
“The company’s presentation points out the system can currently deliver 100Mbps download speeds to users. But the long-term goal is to upgrade speeds to 10Gbps.
“If the company can pull it off, Starlink would be faster than many ground-based gigabit broadband networks, and thus create some serious competition in the ISP market.”
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