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Skylo has been developed by a passionate group of engineers and scientists from MIT and Stanford in the US, and an experienced deployment team in Finland and India. The team invented an entirely new way of networking communications using existing geostationary satellites for affordable and continuous coverage, anywhere on Earth. Skylo is backed by some of the largest, most well known organizations in the world.

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EP 170 - Affordable global coverage from space - Tarun Gupta, Co-founder & Chief Product Officer, Skylo Technologies
Tuesday, Mar 21, 2023

This week, we interviewed Tarun Gupta, co-founder and Chief Product Officer at Skylo Technologies. Skylo provides cost-effective coverage from space across the world by building an ecosystem of satellite operators, cellular providers, and technology partners. 

We talked about IoT and consumer use cases for the satellite that matured today, as well as the trends that will continue to drive adoption in the coming years. We also explored the importance of simplicity as end-users begin to expect universal connectivity. 

Key Questions:  

  • When did the transition to having cost-effective satellite connectivity start to impact the market? 
  • What changes do you expect in switching from a 4G network to a satellite connection? 
  • What is the future of satellite technology for people who wants cost-effectiveness and simplicity in universal connectivity?  
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