OneWeb is a global communications company building a capability to deliver broadband satellite internet services worldwide. The company is headquartered in London, and has offices in California and a satellite manufacturing facility in Florida – OneWeb Satellites – that is a joint venture with Airbus Defence and Space. The company was formerly known as WorldVu Satellites Ltd. The company was founded by Greg Wyler in 2012 and launched its first satellites in February 2019. It entered bankruptcy in March 2020 after failing to raise the requisite capital to complete the build and deployment of the remaining 90% of the network. The company emerged from the bankruptcy proceedings and reorganization in November 2020 with a new ownership group, led by the Government of the United Kingdom and Indian multinational company Bharti Global, each holding 42% of the company equity and board. OneWeb re-affirmed its intent to continue to build out the satellite constellation.

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SpaceX and OneWeb tell FCC their broadband megaconstellations can coexist

SpaceX and OneWeb tell FCC their broadband megaconstellations can coexist

India to launch OneWeb internet satellites this year, helping replace Russian-built Soyuz rockets

OneWeb: UK satellite firm does deal to use Indian rockets

More on OneWeb's deal with SpaceX to launch on Falcon 9.

Along with the recent OneWeb news, Eric Berger reports Europeans propose Galileo satellites be launched on Falcon 9.

SpaceX to launch OneWeb's internet satellites, replacing Russian Soyuz rockets

In talks with Arianespace on how to complete contracted launches: OneWeb

РОСКОСМОС on Twitter: Removing from the launch pad the Soyuz booster that was to launch 36 OneWeb satellites. More fallout from current events.

OneWeb Suspends Launches From Baikonur, Arianespace Suspends Soyuz Launches

Russia removes Soyuz rocket with 36 OneWeb satellites from launch pad (photos)

UK satellite company OneWeb cancels all Russian launches after dramatic fallout with space agency

OneWeb pulls employees out of Baikonur Cosmodrome, suspends launches from site

OneWeb: UK rejects Russian demand to sell share in satellite firm

OneWeb 'surprised' by Russian demands over satellite launch

Russia refuses to launch UK's OneWeb satellites unless demands are met

Jeff Foust: Roscosmos demands as a condition of the upcoming Soyuz OneWeb launch that the British government withdraw as a shareholder of OneWeb, after an earlier demand that OneWeb guarantee the satellites won’t be used for military purposes. Don’t think that launch is going to happen.

Russia and UK face a stand-off over OneWeb satellite rocket launch

Russian rocket to launch OneWeb satellites Friday despite Ukraine invasion

OneWeb pressured to call off Russian rocket launch