OneWeb is a communications company enabling internet access for everyone. It is building a communications network with a constellation of Low Earth Orbit satellites that will provide connectivity to people around the world. It aims to deliver new solutions for Broadband, Government and Cellular Backhaul. Its high-speed, low-latency network will offer mobility solutions to industries such as aviation, maritime, automotive, trains, and others.
OneWeb emerges from bankruptcy, aims to begin launching satellites again.
OneWeb is acquired by the combined UK government/Bharti Global tie-up.
OneWeb asks the Federal Communications Commission for permission to launch as many as 48,000 satellites.
OneWeb files for bankruptcy.
OneWeb launches 34 satellites from Kazakh cosmodrome in global internet push
Iridium Communications Inc. and OneWeb announces they have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to work together toward a combined service offering.
With the first six satellites already launched, OneWeb's system has already demonstrated broadband speeds of 400 Mbps and an average latency of 32 milliseconds.
The company has recently completed its next-generation satellite network and launched its specialty broadband service, Iridium Certus®.
OneWeb launches the first six satellites of its mega-constellation.
OneWeb was founded by entrepreneur Greg Wyler.
OneWeb Launches Satellites (And Lands $1.25B in Capital)
OneWeb plans April launch break to tweak satellite design - SpaceNews.com
February 6, 2020