In order to provide quality broadband via satellite, you need a few things. First, you need a superior Teleport facility, complete with earth stations and satellite hubs, a state of the art data center and network operations center, as well as the professional engineers and operators that make it all work. Next, you need to […]
Wow. I just saw the new AT&T commercial (Investing in America) for the first time last night. If you haven’t seen it, you can watch it here:
Skycasters is helping the Bowling Green State University marketing class team (FalcoLytics) learn online marketing (read our press release). A BGSU grad myself, and a member of their Marketing Advisory Council since 1997, I’m inviting the three BGSU team leads to post their strategies, powerpoints, and exams (findings & analyses) to this blog entry. That way you (interested in premier broadband […]
We all understand that satellite-based broadband has some distinct advantages over terrestrial connections for certain applications. In addition to being a true diverse path option (our infrastructure is safely 23,000 miles in space, not strung along telephone poles), we have the advantage of being able to deploy practically anywhere. Moreover, Skycasters is truly a broadband service. […]
Short blog entry for today, but I want to take the opportunity to spread the word about Earth Hour. Here’s the deal. Next Saturday, March 28th, at 8:30 pm local time, turn your lights off. At my house we’re going to go a bit further – we’re going to turn everything off – and we’re […]
It doesn’t matter if you voted for Obama or not. That is in the past. He is our leader now, and as citizens we owe him our support. I am not suggesting blind, lemming-like following, free of criticism or healthy debate. All I am saying is that if we don’t all act together, we may […]
After we posted my open letter regarding the role Skycasters can play in the rebuilding of our nation, the response was quite overwhelming. Many people who responded asked me to continue to build upon that momentum with a President’s Blog.