WildBlue, Galaxy Internet services take flight

May 2007
CED;May2007, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports that WildBlue Communications Inc. and Galaxy Broadband Communications have both launched satellite Internet services in the U.S. The former has started a high-speed Internet offering via WildBlue-1, a new satellite that promises to triple capacity and enable the company to offer services to 130,000 customers. Galaxy Broadband, a satellite-based Internet access provider, is using a new satellite to provide Internet Protocol (IP)-based services including voice over IP (VoIP).


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