Communications giant Motorola is planning a network of 72 satellites in a bid to capture the global communications market.
If approved by US authorities, the company said that it will spend $6.1 billion on the M-Star system in the next four years as the infrastructure for a voice, video and fast data links, aimed at big business.
But the company does not plan to go it alone. It wants outside investors to help build the network. The company said that the system will offer laser comms at speeds of up one gigabit per second. The plan is in addition to Motorola's Iridium voice communications system.
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