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.
Join us in the first segment of our blog series highlighting cool and useful Forsway Xtend functionality included in our feature-rich toolkit – all designed to help operators succeed in their daily operations and grow their business.
While many of us take high-speed internet access for granted as a part of our daily routines, today there are literally 10's of millions of people in USA, South America, and Europe in a similar situation to the Smiths in the mock case we have provided.
There are nearly 30,000 schools in Kenya lacking broadband iInternet access, and more than a million schools in India. Isn’t it time that we work together to deploy low-cost solutions that reduce the digital divide?
Starting in the late 1990s, nearly 4 billion people around the planet r have gained broadband connectivity through ADSL, 3G, 4G, 5G and fiber services. Despite impressive progress, in 2021 another 3 billion in outlying, hard-to-reach areas still lack reliable broadband - i.e., still underserved.
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.