Starlink satellite internet has achieved a record download speed
May 20, 2021 02:14 GMT
Elon Musk previously promised that SpaceX’s satellite network will provide internet speeds of up to 300Mbps by the end of this year.
The Starlink Internet Satellite Internet Download has exceeded 500 Mbps in a speed test conducted by a user in Kassel, Germany. This is one of the highest scores for Starlink discovered to date, although the service is still in beta testing stages. Wccftech.
A user from Germany participated on Reddit Your speed test results through the Ookla service. In its first test, Starlink downloaded data at 542 Mbps, and the download speed was 38.8 Mbps with a latency of only 9 ms.
Another test done an hour later showed sharper results, with the service reaching a download speed of 560 Mbps, with a latency of 13 milliseconds. Even after deleting the “cookies” from their browser, the user received the same data transfer rate.
According to experts, the data transmission speed of the Starlink satellite can vary and depends on many factors. One of them is the number of subscribers simultaneously connected to a certain chain of satellites. Ground networks also affect the performance of SpaceX’s Starlink, which already has a fleet of more than 1,200 satellites in low Earth orbit.
On February 22nd, Elon Musk I showed The Starlink satellite network will provide internet speeds of 300 Mbps later this year, instead of the 100 Mbps currently offered by beta versions of the service in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.
The CEO of SpaceX also indicated that by the end of the year his company will have launched enough satellites Starlink To provide “most of the globe” with low-cost global coverage, low latency and broadband internet service, covering the entire planet by 2022.