Do you know a company Aalyria Technologies wants to provide a high-speed internet connection wirelessly using software and networking technologies?

The concept is to launch the balloons and then beam the high-speed internet across planes, boats, cars, drones, etc.

The company shut down the project Loon last year and it's uncertain whether anyone will build such kind of long-distance wireless connection systems using software and networking technologies.

Earlier this year a group of Google R&D veterans found Aalyria Technologies, who can help them breathe into this project and may get it alive again.

One part of the startup is dedicated to providing software and networking-based cloud systems that help to beam super-fast internet connections to boats, planes, cars, drones, etc.

In Livermore, Calif. where it's center, there are two groups of engineers working on this project.

Companies such as SpaceX, and Amazon Inc. are in the process of putting tens of thousands of satellites in space to beam down the internet and connect cars, boats, drones planes, etc.

Businesses in remote locations where they need a high-speed internet connection can reach this with the fiber-optic cable anytime soon.

The company AIM is to provide a high-speed internet connection. A high-speed wireless internet connection is what most demand these days.

The Aalyria software system was known as “Minkowski” inside Google and was used to connect the Loon balloons and other aerospace assets.

The wireless networking technology was called Project Sonora and has never before been disclosed to the public.

Aalyria has renamed the wireless technology Tightbeam.

Researchers and companies are behind this type of technology to provide a sharp laser-based wireless internet connection.

Some factors may affect the speed of the internet connections like clouds, fog, rain, storms, etc.

The researchers are working on overcoming these factors past 20 years. Initially for the government and now for Google.

The company Alyria Technologies says it can send the data with a speed of 1.6 terabits per second over hundreds of miles. It's currently the 1000 times we're using right now.

So this is the technology that we can see in the coming years. This will help to communicate faster and with a high-speed network.