Raft operates ultrafast data links, connecting key destinations in the United States, Europe, and Asia Pacific.
Skywaves, a phenomenon of HF – High Frequency radio signals, enable to establish direct wireless links between two antennas, thousands of kilometers apart. Signals sent by the transmitting antenna are propagated back from the atmosphere, crossing land and sea to be received at the far end, establishing direct intercontinental communication links.
Since light travels 50 percent faster through air than through glass, Raft’s wireless links are faster than fiber networks.
Being the fastest is a demanding challenge that requires optimizing every aspect of technology, executing complex operations on a global scale, and developing groundbreaking, or rather “skybreaking” network management skills.