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kq4ym
kq4ym
6/23/2016 3:58:43 PM
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Re: Cost savings
Those rocket launhes can be a real money grabber when not successful. But, it sounds like there may be some merit in the plans noted. I'm curious about the weather issues and just how prevalent they are in sending and receiving data from high.

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Alison Diana
Alison Diana
6/20/2016 4:14:02 PM
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Re: Cost savings
Because Laser Light has its 'brains' on the ground, so to speak, the repairs are made on the land-based networks too. That way the company avoids the issue and expense of even considering how to fix satellites once they're up, orbiting the earth. And they avoid the risks associated with undersea cables (miles and miles of wire pounded by oceans, anchors, potential other more targeted risks,etc.), according to Bob.

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WestCoas24001
WestCoas24001
6/20/2016 2:54:10 PM
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Cost savings
Service providers and vendors talk about eliminating "truck rolls" needed to fix off-premises equipment. Even more expensive than truck rolls: Rocket launches. 

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dcawrey
dcawrey
6/17/2016 4:42:38 PM
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Disruption
This is very cool, especially the AI component. I remember there was a time when satellites could be disrupted and cause havoc on wireless networks. There's so much redundancy now none of that really matters anymore. 

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