Satellite technology is integral to disaster relief

When disaster strikes, it’s difficult to maintain communications in the affected area and damage estimations can be dangerous. Satellite technology can help solve both of these issues quickly when time is of the essence.     Reliable communications... Read More

Happy Holidays from the X2nSat Team!

Thank you for being our partner in 2019. As we draw closer to 2020, we here at X2nSat want to wish you happy holidays and a fantastic new year. —The X2nSat Team

Healthcare and Motherhood

Within healthcare there has been astonishing advancements taking place in today’s history. A relevant topic within the healthcare community is the extension of human life longevity. At times, we take for granted our hospitals and the level of healthcare we... Read More

Earth Day 2018

This beautiful big blue marble we call home is truly an amazing place.  Astronomers are continually on the hunt for exoplanets in other galaxies and solar systems that may have a similar composition and atmosphere as Earth.  Elon... Read More

Distributech 2018: Buzzing with Energy

X2nSat is hitting the ground running in 2018! Just a few, short weeks ago my colleague, Jena Blazer and I attended the Distributech trade show in San Antonio, Texas. This is the must-attend event for electric, gas, and... Read More

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is Now

For those of you who paid attention during history class you will remember that the first Industrial Revolution began when it was discovered that water and ultimately steam could be used to mechanize and get more work done... Read More

Service Above Self

Chances are most of you are familiar with a local chapter of Rotary International, as there are over 34,000 clubs in over 200 countries and territories comprising 1.2 million members. Founded in 1905 in Chicago, Rotarians take a... Read More

Women in Space

March 8th was International Women’s Day. When most people think of the history of space exploration, especially during its heyday in the 1960’s, men like John Glenn, Neil Armstrong, and Buzz Aldrin come to mind. Obviously, we know... Read More