LyteLoop Raises $40 Million to Launch Satellites That Use Light to Store Data

“Soon, your cloud photo backups could reside on beams of light transmitted between satellites instead of in huge, power-hungry server farms here on Earth. Startup LyteLoop has spent the past five years tackling the physics challenges that can make that possible, and now it’s raised $40 million to help it leapfrog the remaining engineering hurdles to make its bold vision a reality.”

This will be of particular interest to those that joined us at the RMSC Planetarium in 2019.

Read the article in Techcrunch.

Ohad Harlev interview from 2019 is here.

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