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Phihong Technology has been dedicating years to developing power technologies for LEO satellite applications, collaborating closely with industry giants and engaging in technical exchanges. It is well-prepared to swiftly align with market demands.
The low Earth orbit (LEO) satellite market is ushering in an exciting new era, offering not only lower latency and higher efficiency communication services but also significantly reducing installation and production costs with miniaturized equipment. As a result, LEO satellites have become the preferred choice for a multitude of applications. In the realm of end-user applications, high-efficiency, long-lasting, and resilient power supply solutions are indispensable. Phihong Technology has been dedicating years to developing power technologies for LEO satellite applications, collaborating closely with industry giants and engaging in technical exchanges. It is well-prepared to swiftly align with market demands.
LEO satellite applications have a wide-ranging impact, addressing challenges such as poor reception due to geographical constraints that hindered the establishment of traditional base stations. Today, whether in mountainous regions, at sea, in remote areas, or even on aircraft, individuals can access satellite network signals at any time and anywhere, augmenting the shortcomings of terrestrial networks. As the global COVID-19 pandemic gradually subsides, and countries begin to reopen, the demand for LEO satellite communication is steadily rising after 2022. It has also played a pivotal role in meeting communication needs during the Russia-Ukraine conflict, garnering global attention to LEO satellite applications.
Furthermore, emerging LEO satellite communication operators like Starlink and OneWeb are actively promoting commercial-related services. According to the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS), approximately 80% of the 5,500 satellites launched globally in 2022 were for LEO communication purposes. MIC, a research institute under Taiwan's Institute for Information Industry, predicts that the number of LEO satellites will grow from 7,500 in 2023 to 17,350 by 2030. Clearly, LEO satellites have become an essential part of our lives.
Within the LEO satellite supply chain, Phihong has excelled in power supply technology for terminal receiving devices, providing the necessary power to data modems, routers, and satellite equipment. Leading players in the LEO satellite communication industry, including the world's largest LEO satellite communication operator and a prominent U.S. global broadband satellite internet service provider, maintain stable supply relationships with Phihong. They offer LEO satellite network and services to enterprises, governments, and individual users. Phihong's power supplies have also passed multiple international safety certifications and rigorous client-side system testing standards. The products are slated for gradual mass production in 2024, working in tandem with global LEO satellite manufacturers to realize the vision of efficient, low-latency communication.
Phihong anticipates that through secure and efficient power supply technology, it will continue to drive the sustained development and evolution of the global LEO satellite market, opening new doors for future technology and space applications while meeting the needs of users worldwide!
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