Starlink is within the process of launching its satellite broadband internet service, which may reach customers without ground-based connections and is one among several space-based systems.
“Combining Starlink’s high-speed, low-latency broadband with Google’s infrastructure and capabilities provides global organizations with the secure and fast connection that modern organizations expect,” said SpaceX president and chief operating officer Gwynne Shotwell.
“We feel proud to work with Google to deliver this access to businesses, public sector organizations, and lots of other groups operating round the world.”
Urs Hoelzle, senior vice chairman at Google Cloud, said the tie-up would help ensure “that organizations with distributed footprints have seamless, secure, and fast access to the critical applications and services they require to stay their teams up and running.”
This new capability for enterprise customers is predicted to be available within the last half of 2021, the companies said in joint statement.
SpaceX is seeking regulatory approval for broadband service for both consumers and businesses round the world from thousands of satellites.