Satellite internet networks are experiencing a surge in popularity, delivering faster connectivity to urban and rural communities alike, effectively narrowing the digital divide.

Now, tech giant Amazon has made its foray into the broadband satellite internet space with the launch of its first prototype Kuiper satellites, to serve tens of millions of customers across the globe. Amazon's mission is to make affordable, high-speed internet accessible to remote and marginalized regions.

Amazon is investing $10 billion into a satellite internet service to rival Starlink
Retail technology giant Amazon says it is planning to launch the first two satellites of its space-based internet constellation early next year, as it looks to compete with SpaceX’s Starlink. The satellites would help connect people without easy access to broadband – particularly in individual hous…

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