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Pioneering millimeter wave wireless technology for satellite and terrestrial communication applications

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Neha Satak

Co-Founder & CEO at Astrome

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Employees 51–100
Headquarters Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
Astrome develops innovative products that can deliver fibre-like bandwidth at a fraction of the cost of fibre, helping telecom operators provide reliable internet services in rural areas.  Astrome's world first Multiple-Point-to-Point E-band wireless radio, GigaMesh, distributes the core fibre capacity in cities to towers in nearby villages, enabling telecom and internet services. The reduction in cost is a result of a unique feature - the millimeter wave Multiple-Point-to-Point (Multi-P2P) communication, which is its patented technology. Multi-P2P also plays a critical role in the forthcoming deployment of 5G in urban and rural areas.  Astrome’s upcoming products include a flat-panel satellite user-terminal and V/W band satellite payload for Satellite Communication applications.

Notable Achievements

  • Awarded a $1Million contract for deployment of rural broadband in India
  • Raised $4.7 Million funding from globals VCs and Angel investors. Received $700k in equity-free grants.
  • First 5G startup to be selected for a Qualcomm and Verizon sponsored 5G Accelerator by EvoNexus in San Diego, US

Currently Operating in One Region

Press Mentions

June 6, 2023

To Infinity & Beyond: The 13 Indian Spacetech Startups Winning The Space Race

Read on Inc42 Media »

February 27, 2023

SatixFy Signs Deal & Partnership MOU with Astrome to Develop 5G GigaMesh 2.0 Terrestrial Backhauling Product

Read on businesswire »

September 30, 2021

[Funding alert] Deeptech startup Astrome raises $3.4M for market expansion, commercialisation of its core tech

Read on YourStory.com »

April 12, 2021

Women-led startup Astrome develops low-cost Internet services

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