Karin Thurberg brings deep business and technical expertise from the telecom industry while Siebren de Boer has extensive experience in equity, mergers and acquisition processes.
New massive low-altitude (LEO) satellite networks are currently creating internet coverage where it previously did not exist. By using the mobile network as an uplink, it could be possible to reach billions more.
Arabsat, Developing Infrastructure, and Forsway are pleased to announce the formation of XtndNet, a radically new broadband ISP targeting under-connected customers.
Forsway today announced a new partnership with Zinwell. A leading provider of digital cable, satellite, wireless equipment, 5G and IoT products and more, Zinwell has been chosen as Forsway’s hardware R&D and manufacturing partner for its next generation platform of Forsway F-60 satellite terminals.
Forsway announced phase II of its co-funded ARTES Core Competitiveness development project Satellite Assisted 5G for vehicles with European Space Agency to develop a complete hybrid satellite hub for connected vehicles.
Link to Via Satellite article / By Mark Holmes | July 19, 2021 A group of major Swedish technology companies that recently formed a partnership expects to have prototype low-cost satellite terminals for Low-Earth Orbit (LEO) ready for testing and validation in 2022, and then in 2023 expects to launch them into the market. This could be [...]
Link to Via Satellite article / By Mark Holmes | July 19, 2021 Forsway and KenCast are looking to boost their position in the broadcast market thanks to a new combination of the two companies’ products and technology. Under the terms of a new partnership contract announced July 19, KenCast’s Fazzt multicast content delivery system will be delivered on [...]
Forsway is proud to be selected as one of Sweden's top satellite communications companies and startups by TA News - Global Telecom Business Magazine.
Feature interview with Mats Andersson, industry thought-leader and Forsway Chairman: Broadband for everyone is a strong driving force for Mats Andersson for more than 20 years.