Cloud Constellation Corporation said the US Patent and Trademark Office awarded the company a patent for a “technologically advanced global communications platform operating at low-earth orbit.”
Cloud Constellation said: “Users of SpaceBelt will be able to transport and/or store large blocks of data quickly and securely without exposure to any terrestrial communications infrastructure.
“The deployment of satellite-based secure storage will protect critical data from unauthorized access while supporting global communications at reduced latency of today’s multi-hop networks.”
The company said SpaceBelt would provide a secure platform for cloud storage and high-speed transmission of sensitive data around the world, unburdened by regulatory constraints.
Cliff Beek, president of Cloud Constellation, said: “Over the past three years, our team has achieved a significant design capability that enables us to leverage the industry’s vast investments to progress SpaceBelt’s market position.
“Being awarded this patent is an important milestone as Cloud Constellation continues to accelerate its strategic growth initiatives.
“This validation underscores our commitment to build a unique platform that will begin the next evolution in space-based communications.”