Profits Blast off With New Satellite Tech
With technology growing at such a rapid pace it feels easier than ever to unplug.
More and more, people all over the country are cutting the wires loose. Cable, landline phones… you name it.
But there’s one pesky service that has yet to be replaced by modern technology. And that is… your internet provider.
Internet From the Heavens
Did you know?
One in three Americans has no choice in an internet service provider. No competition means bad service. And for many, the problem isn’t just getting good service; it’s getting a connection, period.
Nearly half the world’s population is offline. Fortunately, when there’s a market need, technology often finds a way…
Imagine worldwide accessible internet — delivered straight to your home through thin air — with nothing slowing it down along the way.
Leading this quest to a wireless nation are a few little-known companies with the technology to connect every human on the planet… and make you a hefty profit along the way!
Hidden Profits off Space-Age Tech
Low-Earth-orbit satellites are creating major disruption in the telecommunications world.
Most satellites are big, clunky devices that orbit Earth 22,000 miles in the sky. They are expensive, send signals slowly and don’t cover nearly enough of our planet for effective and fast global communication.
Low-Earth-orbit satellites, a new concept in satellite tech, solve all these problems and more.
Loral Space and Communications Inc. (NASDAQ: LORL) is a little-known company perfectly positioned to take advantage of this coming change in global communications.
LORL provides satellite-based communications worldwide. It also happens to own the controlling stake in Telesat Canada.
Additionally, LORL owns a 56% stake in Xtar. Xtar is a Spanish consortium of telecommunications companies seeking to bring low-Earth-orbit satellite networks to Spain and “allied countries,” according to Loral’s website.
LORL looks like a strong candidate to help lead the way into a new age of global connectivity.
But LORL isn’t the only company vying to cash in big off this soon-to-be-booming industry.
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