SpaceX has been offering the global Starlink satellite network for a long time, which aims to provide fast and reliable access to the World Wide Web from every corner of the world. SpaceX Starlink satellite Internet is already doing more than great in practice. Data transfer speeds range from around 50 Mbps to just over 150 Mbps, and latency is currently between 20 and 40 milliseconds.
Although the Starlink satellite internet speed has slowed down somewhat recently, it is still popular and has already convinced many users of the World Wide Web. However, this has recently reached another important milestone. Today, satellite Internet is used by more than 250,000 users worldwide. Although this may seem small or insignificant to many, it is without a doubt a great achievement. It is still an experimental internet, and it is expected to be fully operational worldwide within a few years.
SpaceX Starlink currently has access to about 1,500 satellites, and the number is expected to rise to about 30,000 by the end of the project. The novelty is currently available in 14 countries, including some European countries. The number of countries in which we will be able to use satellite Internet from SpaceX Starlink is expected to increase soon. In addition, faster data transmission is expected in the near future, at up to 300 megabits per second, while latency is expected to drop to only 20 milliseconds.