Millimeter Waves. A vast spectrum.
For some time now the data tsunami has been massively swelling. New technologies, cloud services and heightened creativity are increasingly feeding our appetite for exciting new data-consuming lifestyles. The emergence of IoT (Internet of Things), Big Data, 4K video, Virtual and Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence, Autonomous Cars and more will require an extraordinarily new connectivity paradigm, involving high capacity networks and ultra-broadband connectivity.
With such an exciting future ahead, one has to pause and ask, where will all the bandwidth come from? Until recently, the answer was unclear. Wired solutions such as fiber, simply cannot overcome the inherent physical limitations nor the enormous required cost structure. 4G and earlier wireless solutions such as Wi-Fi, LTE and microwave, will soon be primarily handicapped by limited spectrum, and will prove ill-equipped to handle the robust bandwidth that will be needed.
So how do we harness the power of data Tsunami? The answer is millimeter wave (mmWave). Millimeter waves refer to the tiny radio waves, about a few millimeter in length that occupy the RF spectrum between 30 GHz and 300 GHz. What makes these waves so interesting, is the expansive spectrum, which enables very high data rates, reaching Gigabit speeds and beyond.
Understanding the immense opportunity to leverage mmWave for high capacity broadband, we have pioneered technology advancements in 5G mmWave with our innovative Skyriver Magnitude
broadband service. As the first 5G class mmWave broadband service
of its kind, Skyriver Magnitude is a quantum leap forward in broadband connectivity.