The platform and ecosystem of choice for the mission needs of the space community.
Extend the utility of Azure capabilities through the power of space infrastructure
Azure Space was created to be the platform and ecosystem of choice for the mission needs of the space community. It's designed to make connectivity and compute increasingly attainable across industries including agriculture, energy, telecommunications, and government.
Innovating together in space
By partnering with leaders in the space community, we'll extend the utility of our Azure capabilities with worldwide satellite connectivity, unblock cloud computing in more scenarios, and empower our partners and customers to achieve more.
A thriving ecosystem of satellite providers is needed to meet the world's growing network needs, and we're excited to partner with industry leaders to bring these capabilities to our customers faster.
As space missions and satellite capabilities become more accessible, we're developing reliable, repeatable digital technologies to help the space community launch faster and with mission assurance.
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Innovate with Azure Space partners
"The alignment and integration of Azure with SES' global satellite and terrestrial network further enables the connected intelligent edge."JP Hemingway, CEO, SES Networks
"Being able to deliver satellite data and run resource-intensive computing will not only change the way we deliver our services, but also how our customers will be able to utilize this information in the future."Rolf Skatteboe, President and CEO, KSAT
"We're proud to join the Microsoft Azure Orbital ecosystem and to provide end-users access to advanced antennas systems and modems, while elevating opportunities to develop new technologies."John Williams, RTE Vice President, Viasat
Frequently asked questions
Azure Space is a set of products and services that are powered by key partnerships and designed to meet the needs of the space community.
The space community is growing rapidly, and innovation is lowering the barriers of access for public- and private-sector organizations. Microsoft wants to make space connectivity and compute more accessible for industries like agriculture, energy, telecommunications, and government.
We designed the Azure Modular Datacenter for customers who need cloud computing capabilities in hybrid or challenging environments, including remote areas. This announcement is complemented by our Azure Space offerings and partnerships that can extend satellite connectivity anywhere in the world. Scenarios range from mobile command centers, humanitarian assistance, military mission needs, mineral exploration, and other use cases requiring high intensity, secure computing on Azure.