- Sanjay Bhargava to join Starlink
- Will handle the post of country director
- Expansion of connectivity in India
New Delhi. As India is an emerging market for technology, Elon Musk-operated SpaceX has appointed a top executive in the country to expand its footprint in India. The top space firm in the world has announced that Sanjay Bhargava will join the team as Country Director India of Starlink from next month. Sanjay Bhargava will serve as Country Director of Starlink in India with SpaceX from October 1, 2021.
Recently, through a LinkedIn post, Bhargava has given this information while updating. He has told about the future post in his post. He shared a shared vision with Starlink to support connectivity transformation from rural parts of the country to India. Bhargava also revealed that he has previously worked with Elon Musk. In the early 2000s, Elon Musk came up with his digital payment platform PayPal. Bhargava was the founding member of the service team during that time.
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Bhargava came to India from 2004 onwards to work on other projects. He will now work with other businesses operated by Elon Musk and Bhargava’s target will be to expand SpaceX’s satellite broadband service Starlink in India.
SpaceX’s company Starlink is one of the world’s top satellite broadband service, which is rapidly expanding its world. This service relies on a group of Low Earth Orbit Satellites to provide Internet connectivity even in remote areas of the world. Starlink is going the old fashioned way to bring connectivity to remote areas. It aims to provide internet connectivity like never before.
Starlink promises to provide very fast internet connectivity speeds via cable in many regions of the world. SpaceX is planning to locally manufacture satellite communication devices in India. In this, other devices including antenna system and users terminal device are present. The company is in touch with other important people including the Department of Telecommunication (DoT) regarding this.