The Digital Divide has created a real inequality and division when it comes to accessing
information and resources. With satellites becoming popularly understood as a key turning
point in the struggle, we spoke to landmark connectivity providers at Forsway, as well as a
foremost expert on the subject in Waheed Adam, Board Member at the Mobile Ecosystem
Forsway has announced its new satellite terminals, the Forsway Odin F-60 and Odin F-60 Pro, made by manufacturing partner Zinwell. They will be available in the first quarter of 2023 and will succeed the F-50 model. The two devices can be viewed at the IBC Expo in Amsterdam from 09 to 11 September.
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.
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.
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