SpaceX will double Starlink internet speed later this year


A Starlink user terminal installed on the roof of a building in Canada.


SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says the company’s Starlink satellite internet service “will double” speeds to customers “later this year,” as it continues to build out the global consumer network.

“Speed will double to ~300Mb/s & latency will drop to ~20ms later this year,” Musk said in a tweet on Monday, responding to a user who showed speed tests ranging between 77 and 130 Mbps.

Latency is the amount of delay in an internet network, defining how much time it takes a signal to travel back-and-forth from a destination. Latency and download speeds are key measures for an internet service provider.

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