Space buffs make light work of data transferThursday, March 23 2017
Mr Jha , CEO and chief engineer, and Dr Danesh, director of Transcelestial Technologies, are working on a prototype that will use laser technology to transmit data at greater distances and at a faster speed and lower cost.
Entrepreneurs Rohit Jha and Mohammad Danesh have set their sights on satellites. The space enthusiasts have plans to change the way information is disseminated, and in doing so, make data transmission faster and cheaper, make Internet available everywhere and prevent events such as the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 from occurring again. In the last of our three-part series about start-ups improvising existing technologies to create new opportunities, the two 27-year-old founders of Transcelestial speak to Rupali Karekar about their technology, which promises to revolutionise the way the world communicates.
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The Straits Times
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