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Of the companies you just heard about Adrian Steckel is the CEO of one lab a satellite company that is raised nearly three and a half billion dollars to date back twice softbank Airbus Richard Branson's virgin group Adrian thank you so much for joining us so if indeed you believe that internet access is a fundamental human right given the scale in the pace at which you and other companies are operating when do you think that could be a reality internet for all thanks to satellites well we're we're launching satellites starting in December thirty satellites in thirty four per month sometimes thirty six I will have our first phase or systems are giving global coverage by the third quarter of twenty twenty one I will be getting service in some places and and twenty twenty our promises low latency a service angle will coverage and one of the things that happens right now with the with satellite is that people get really clunky service because of the high latency it's just physics right the G. O. satellites or thirty six thousand kilometers away ours are twelve hundred kilometers and you really everybody in the world deserves to have the best