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Eelon Musk: Elon Musk created ‘Mahaplan’, reigns of companies like Jio to end the world!

Elon Musk Satellite Internet India: The world’s richest billionaire Elon Musk is preparing to revolutionize the world of Internet. If this ‘Mahaplan’ of Elon Musk goes according to plan, then he can leave companies like Reliance Jio, Airtel.

Earth’s richest billionaire Elon Musk has now made full preparations to create panic in the internet world. Billionaire Elon Musk, who ruled the electric car market worldwide, has now stepped up efforts on a war to complete the ‘mahaplan’ of capturing the Internet market. Not only this, in order to complete this plan, he has to fight with the world’s most legendary businessman Geoff Bezos. Elon Musk has also started getting success in many countries of the world including India in this plan. If billionaire Elon Musk, owner of SpaceX Company (SpaceX), succeeds in his plan, then companies like Reliance Jio and Airtel may be discharged from a country like India. Let’s know what the billionaire Elon Musk’s big hit ……

Elon Musk makes ‘Mahaplan’ to ‘leave’ Xiao

Musk has started working fast on a Mahaplan to leave companies like Jio, Airtel from all over the world. Under this, SpaceX has released about 1000 satellites for Starlink Internet service. With this, Musk has become the owner of a quarter of the satellites orbiting the earth. In the last two years, the company has sent more than a dozen Starlink missions. According to satellite tracker SelesTrack, there are 946 Starlink satellites in Earth’s orbit, which is 27.3 percent of the total active satellite. Musk’s company wants to send 40 thousand satellite so that high-speed internet can be created. Space X has permission to send 12000 Starlink satellites in the next few years. Right there It is expected to get permission from the International Telecommunication Union of the United Nations to develop a system of 40,000 satellite. In order to provide internet at a faster speed, it is necessary to place your satellites in lower orbit so that the signal does not have to travel much longer to reach the earth. That is why satellites are being dropped in this orbit very fast.

High speed internet from America to India all over the world

Most of Elon Musk’s latest satellites have lasers that do not require ground infrastructure to transmit signals between satellites. According to the company’s website, there is a plan to provide Internet service to the whole world in 2021 with the recent launch and expansion in the coming time. In this way, if Musk’s plan is successful, then he will be mastered in providing internet facility anywhere in the world. This will provide internet access to remote areas of Africa and Asia which are still bereft of it. SpaceX recently made history when the company launched 143 satellites on a single mission. Of these, 133 were commercial and government satellites. SpaceX also launched its 10 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. It is believed that the speed with which the company is launching the mission can reach 50% of the company’s total satellite by next year.

Musk eyeing a trillion market in the world including India

Elon Musk is now eyeing the entire telecom industry including India. SpaceX has told investors that Starlink is eyeing in-flight internet, maritime services, Demand and rural customers in India and China. This entire market is worth one trillion dollars. SpaceX is planning to provide internet services all over the world through the Starlink project. Now Elon Musk wants to try his luck in the rapidly growing Indian telecommunications industry through 100 MBPS satellite based internet service. Elon Musk has also requested the Government of India to allow satellite-based Internet service in the country. TRAI released a consultation paper in August last year to promote broadband connectivity in India. In response, SpaceX’s Satellite Government Affairs Patricia Cooper said that StarLink’s high-speed satellite network will help in the goal of connecting all people in India with broadbank connectivity.

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Elon Musk’s company gets 10 thousand users worldwide

It is being told that Elon Musk’s company has started a trial in which it has got 10,000 users from all over the world so far. The company is engaged in signing up with customers in the US, UK and Canada. Luigi Peluso, MD of Alvaraez & Marsal, a company that monitors aerospace and defense industries, said people are happy with the company’s service. Starlink is serving people inexpensively. SpaceX has proven the practicality of its solutions. Last year, SpaceX Chief Operating Officer Gwynne Shotwell said that Starlink is a business that can be made public. Last year, Tesla Inc. was taken over by the market and Musk became the world’s largest aristocrat with a surge in the company’s shares. Meanwhile, astronomers are troubled by so many artificial objects in the sky. There has been a demand for a solution to this problem for a long time.

Musk’s path will not be easy, tough fight with Jeff Bezos

There is a rift over space between two of Earth’s richest billionaire spacex company owners, Elon Musk and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. Actually, both Elon Musk and Jefe Bezos want to launch a large number of satellites. With the help of the ‘army’ of these satellites, both veteran industrialists will supply the internet on earth. There has been a war on earth with this ambitious project of space. Elon Musk’s company Spacex recently sought permission from the US Federal Communications Commission to allow their Starlink satellite to operate in a lower orbit of space, contrary to earlier plans. There, On the other hand, Amazon owner Jeff Bezos said that allowing Elon Musk’s company would pose a risk of interference and collision in his Kuiper satellite. Amazon’s satellites are also designed to provide Internet service from space. Amazon has been allowed by the Communication Commission to launch an army of 3,236 satellites last year.

Elon Musk vs Mukesh Ambani to get cheaper internet service!

Experts say that if Elon Musk’s company Spacex enters India, then it will have to face a tough fight with Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Jio, which is preparing to launch 5G. According to a Bank of America Global Research report, the Jio 4G rollout has proved to be a game changer for India’s Internet sector. It provided internet to users at affordable prices, leading to massive data usage. There are now around 65 million Internet users in India who use an average of 12 GB of data per month. Jio has increased the market size by providing data and services at affordable prices. Although Elon Musk’s company will face stiff competition in this field, it can make an edge in villages where people are still troubled by bad speed. For this, Musk will not have to lay any cables and with the help of satellites, he will be working in the villages of India. Can bring Internet revolution. Under the pressure of Musk, Indian companies may also have to improve their service.

Parvesh Maurya
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