Starlink blog posts2024-02-28T09:27:40-06:00


Sharing stories involving information technology to provide readers with more insight.

Axon and FSET Bring Starlink to the Nunavik Police Service

Farther Reach, Faster Data, Safer Communities As far north in Quebec as you can go, Nunavik is wildly remote and refreshingly serene. It’s a vast, Arctic landscape dotted with 14 communities totalling roughly 14,000 inhabitants along the coastlines of Hudson Bay, Ungava Bay, and Hudson Strait. From Kuujjuaraapik to Kangiqsualujjuaq, each community has its own identity. They are connected by

April 29th, 2024|

Starlink Residential Installation

I signed up for Starlink – what now? Unlike most other internet service providers, SpaceX does not send a professional to complete the product setup for their customers. This means that your home or business will receive a Starlink kit that will need someone else to install and connect the equipment. With Starlink being so popular, a lot of people

January 6th, 2023|

Coverage Above and Beyond

What does the deal between Starlink and T-Mobile mean for us in Canada?  If you’ve ever taken a road trip across the Trans-Canada Highway, you probably know what it feels like to lose cell service – having no bars often means no streaming music, no texting and no calling. While it can be a bummer to be prevented from

October 24th, 2022|

Starlink versus Fibre Internet

Starlink or Fibre Internet – which is better? One of the questions we get asked the most at FSET is, which internet service is better – Starlink or fibre? Naturally, answering this question requires taking a few other specific considerations into mind: which service is the fastest? Which is the most reliable? And, which is the most cost-effective? Keep reading,

October 5th, 2022|

Digital Equity with Starlink

Pikangikum's Search for Efficient Internet At FSET, we believe in innovation empowering people. Most of the time, we achieve this goal by helping others meet their needs. In the case of Pikangikum First Nation, that need was high-speed internet. Like many other remote Northern communities, Pikangikum was interested in securing a better and more efficient connectivity. Various telecommunication companies

May 19th, 2022|

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