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SpaceX and Google, two technology giants, announced a partnership on May 13. SpaceX will establish Starlink satellite ground stations within Google’s data centers to provide enterprise customers with fast, secure and reliable cloud services and applications with Google’s cloud infrastructure. This new feature is expected to be implemented in the second half of this year.
SpaceX, which once set a record of 143 satellites carried on a single rocket, has launched more than 1,500 satellites in near-Earth orbit, almost accomplishing its planned number of satellites to be deployed in 550 km orbit. Back in 2015, Google invested $900 million for SpaceX “to support continued innovation in areas of space transport, reusability and satellite manufacturing”. Clearly Google’s earlier strategic investment won the prioritized opportunity on this partnership. SpaceX President and Chief Operating Officer Gwynne Shotwell said in the partnership statement that “Combining Starlink’s high-speed, low-latency broadband with Google’s infrastructure and capabilities provides global organizations with the secure and fast connection that modern organizations expect”. It’s reported that Microsoft had a deal with SpaceX in 2020 to support its Azure Space cloud business operated from mobile data centers that can be deployed around the world. Major IT technology giants are coincidentally focusing on the development of IT technology in cooperation with space technology. The Starlink’s network is compatible with the most advanced 6G network technology, which will undoubtedly accelerate the top IT companies such as Google and Microsoft to upgrade their services and cloud architecture to 6G technology. SpaceX’s cooperating with Google, Microsoft and other technology giants is a sign that the prototype of 6G network architecture has been born, which will greatly advance the process of the digital era.
With SpaceX’s pioneering Starlink satellite constellation opening the door to the space age for IT, American technology companies are once again on the pinnacle of the digital revolution. A few years ago, the Chinese Communist Party attempted to spy and control countries around the world by deploying Huawei’s 5G network. Nowadays, the countries of the Five Eyes Alliance, many European countries, Japan and India have removed Huawei 5G from their 5G network architecture. With the defeat of Huawei 5G, the Chinese Communist Party’s attempt of “world community of destiny” has turned out to be a “yellow sorghum dream”. The Chinese Communist Party attempted to learn from the Soviet Union in the Cold War, trying to start a new “space race” with the U.S., but became the target of condemnation by many countries for its inability to accurately recycle rockets. No matter in space technology or new network architecture, the Chinese Communist Party is already fell far behind. The destruction of the Chinese Communist Party by technology is a foregone conclusion.
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