From installation to support, working with our authorised Starlink reseller partner,
we offer a host of added services and features to ensure the most effective, enterprise-grade solution
is delivered on land or at sea, across the globe.
By working with Brdy, we can support your organisation in making Starlink part of your solution to integrate, manage, and scale your network.
Starlink is the world’s first and largest satellite constellation using a low Earth orbit to deliver broadband internet capable of supporting streaming, online gaming, video calls and more.
Leveraging advanced satellites and user hardware coupled with our deep experience with both spacecraft and on-orbit operations, Starlink delivers high-speed, low-latency internet to users all over the world.
Most satellite internet services come from single geostationary satellites that orbit the planet at 35,786 km. As a result, the round trip data time between the user and satellite — also known as latency — is high, making it nearly impossible to support streaming, online gaming, video calls or other high data rate activities.
Starlink is a constellation of thousands of satellites that orbit the planet much closer to Earth, at about 550km, and cover the entire globe. Because Starlink satellites are in a low orbit, latency is significantly lower—around 20 ms vs 600+ ms.
Starlink Business users can expect fibre-like performance, with download speeds of up to 350 Mbps. Collaborate in real-time with colleagues across the world with seamless video conferencing, and download/upload large files without the long waits associated with traditional satellite solutions.
With latency of just 20-40ms, it can be used as a backhaul for IoT use, including security systems, sensors, robotics, wearable technology, and autonomous machinery.
Starlink is the first commercially available phased array antenna. Your Starlink Kit arrives with everything you need to get online in minutes including your Starlink, WiFi router, cables and base. It is self-orienting and connects in minutes as long as it has a clear view of the sky.
Starlink can withstand extreme cold, heat, hail, sleet, heavy rain, gale force winds, and even rocket engines.
As the world’s leading provider of launch services, SpaceX is the only satellite operator with the ability to launch its own satellites as needed. With frequent, low-cost launches, Starlink satellites are constantly updated with the newest technology.
Starlink not only leads the industry in innovations to reduce satellite brightness, but also on-orbit debris mitigation—meeting or exceeding all regulatory and industry standards.