Ramon.Space: Democratizing Supercomputing in Space

Avi Shabtai, CEO, Ramon.SpaceAvi Shabtai, CEO
The space market is driven by a demand for significant processing power, storage, and intelligence to introduce new space services and applications. However, due to environmental challenges such as radiation and extreme temperatures, the scale of computing capabilities required for space applications is not readily available today. In such a scenario, California-based Ramon.Space has brought supercomputing into space and paved the way for affordable software utilization in the space industry. Ramon.Space aims to bring a dramatic change in the deployment of payloads and space systems by bringing more native computing to space.

“Our mission is to be the market leader of space computing,” states Avi Shabtai, CEO of Ramon.Space. The firm has built a resilient computing infrastructure that provides earth-like computing capabilities in space under severe environmental conditions such as extreme temperatures. Ramon.Space has built computing systems around its internally designed processors, ICS machine learning, and AI DSP processors to allow the development of solutions in orbit. The company ensures to provide the complete computing infrastructure in space that enables its clients to build their overall ecosystem on top of it and develop their own solutions and applications.
Lisa Kuo, VP of Strategic Sales
This can be integrated into a satellite making it smart and autonomous while enhancing its capabilities in orbit.

Ramon.Space provides reliable hardware and software baseline tools for its customers so that they can start running their applications in layers similar to an enterprise network or a data center. Moreover, the firm trains its clients on how to use that infrastructure, write code, or develop applications. As per a customer’s requirement, the company is willing to become a part of its client’s development process of their services or applications. Ramon.Space also offers parts of the application layers, which helps accelerate the introduction of software-based satellite. Enterprises utilizing Ramon.Space’s infrastructure can also share elements amongst them and accelerate their time to market. For instance, the Israel Space Agency is utilizing our computing platform on a space mission targeted to orbit in early 2022, it is not running in orbit yet. Another space startup, LEOcloud has also joined forces with Ramon.Space to run a data center application in space to avail the robust storage processing capabilities and full computing infrastructure for running applications.

Since 2014, Ramon.Space has been involved in over 50 space missions with zero failures and boasts of immense expertise in space launches. There has been a rise in demand for more computing capabilities in space, and the company’s flexible computing platform is able to solve a lot of problems for its clients. Ramon.Space has successfully exposed satellite operators to a new realm of capabilities and opportunities in running computing systems in space. “We received overwhelming response from our customers once they realized what kind of capability we offer,” states Lisa Kuo, vice president of strategic sales at Ramon.Space. In the ongoing space revolution, the firm aims to ride the wave of advancing the industry while growing significantly and establishing its footprint globally. “It is an essential step for humanity, and it is time for the overall mankind to visualize space as an integral part of what is happening on earth,” concludes Shabtai.
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Company
Ramon.Space

Headquarters
Palo Alto, CA

Management
Avi Shabtai, CEO and Lisa Kuo, VP of Strategic Sales

Description
California-based Ramon.Space has brought supercomputing into space and paved the way for affordable software utilization in the space industry. Ramon.Space aims to bring a dramatic change in the deployment of payloads and space systems by bringing more native computing to space. The firm has built a resilient computing infrastructure that provides earth-like computing capabilities in space under severe environmental conditions such as extreme temperatures. Ramon.Space has built computing systems around its internally designed processors, ICS machine learning, and AI DSP processors to allow the development of solutions in orbit

"Our mission is to be the market leader of space computing"

- Avi Shabtai, CEO