Connecting the Cosmos: Hubble Network’s Historic Bluetooth Breakthrough

Hubble Network, a pioneering US-based spacetech company, has shattered records by establishing a direct Bluetooth connection with a satellite positioned over 600 kilometers away. This historic achievement heralds a new era of connectivity, offering the potential for millions of devices to link up seamlessly from any location on Earth, irrespective of cellular coverage.

Marking a significant milestone in spacetech advancement, Hubble Network defied expectations with the successful launch of its first two satellites in March 2024. The company’s proprietary technology enables conventional Bluetooth chips to engage in communication with satellites through a simple software update, eliminating the need for costly specialized hardware.

This breakthrough innovation holds immense promise for the Internet of Things (IoT) landscape, ushering in a wave of transformative possibilities. With the ability to connect any Bluetooth-enabled device to a global network with reduced battery consumption and operational expenses, industries spanning agriculture, defense, and beyond stand to benefit significantly. Hubble Network is already collaborating with select pilot customers across diverse sectors to explore the boundless opportunities afforded by this technological leap.


End-users will only require a firmware update to seamlessly integrate their Bluetooth devices into Hubble’s expansive network. Given the staggering volume of Bluetooth devices sold annually, the potential impact of this development cannot be overstated. With plans to expand its satellite network through a forthcoming third satellite launch via a SpaceX mission later this year, Hubble Network is poised to redefine the future of connectivity on a global scale.

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