Satellite internet: onweb saved by partial nationalization

Onweb is back. The British company might bring with a fleet of earth-oriented satellites available broadband internet access also in remote regions. But in Marz, the company slipped into the bankruptcy. It was rescued by a capital injection of a billion US dollar by the United Konigreich and the Indian Bharti Group. Now satellite production and starts restart.

So far onweb has 74 satellites in orbit. Already on the 17th. December should be another 36 with a Soyuz-2.1b rocket start. It should be the first commercial missile launch of the Russian Cosmodrom Wostotchny.

"We have recognized that ONEWEB has valuable worldwide (frequency rights)", said Bharti-Grunder Sunil Bharti Mittal, "And we benefit from $ 3.3 billion already invested as well as satellites already in orbit and thus secure our frequency usage rights." Through the rescue from the bankruptcy oneWEB was able to reactivate a joint venture with Airbus. The production of new satellites has already been resumed to the Understanding.

Fast gaming monitors: displays with up to 360 hertz

Acer has explored three monitors for players, which come with little widespread or unique specifications so far. All three are characterized by their high refresh rates in the respective resolution.

The 24.5 inch RBE Predator X25 represents the second contaminated model indicating 360 images per second. For this purpose, it sets on NVIDIAS News G-Sync module with Displayport 1.4 – and usually active cooling by means of air. The resolution of the IPS panel is disrupted on Full HD (1920 × 1080 pixels); The SRGB color space covers 99 percent. The maximum brightness is loaded on 400 cd / m² (Display HDR 400). Asus has shown a similar Rog-Swift model on the IT Messe CES 2020 that was allowed to use the same display technology.

Fast gaming monitors: displays with up to 360 hertz

Specifications of the three monitors: Noteworthy are the refresh rates (click to engraving).