Xenesis Executive Summary
Xenesis is an unregulated telecommunications company within the Space & Satellite industry. It is
positioned to meet an exponential demand for more data, faster, and safer by using lasers in space
between satellites and the ground to provide greater data capacity, faster data speeds, and improved
data security controls (LPI/LPD), than currently available.
Xenesis has a unique position within the Space and Satellite market as a digital enterprise service
provider – providing optical solutions and mission services for free space optical long-haul transport,
storage, and microservices. Today, no other provider has the technology for an equivalent data
agnostic, end-to-end laser communications capability. Our ability to transport large volumes of data,
quickly and securely, is unmatched in the industry. Paired with these capability features, Xenesis’
technologies are highly efficient enabling a sustainable cost advantage – and results in positioning
Xenesis as an enduring player in this market.
Xenesis owns proprietary and patent-pending technologies. Our Xen-Hub, a full-duplex operating
hardware, can simultaneously transmit and receive data while providing a narrower, more focused
transmission that delivers higher data rates to smaller, more affordable ground terminals. The Xen-Hub
and other proprietary Xenesis hardware is loaded on satellites to satisfy both government and
commercial customer bases. Intelligent routing protocols permit real-time, in-orbit configuration, and
enable fast, non-linear transport – critical for military and intelligence communications. Xenesis is also
currently compatible with SDA’s optical terminal V3(series) and NEBULA standards, which is critical
when providing services to the government / military sectors.
We employ a strategy of leveraging ownership rights and teaming agreements to integrate our
proprietary hardware and software expertise with specialized manufacturing partners including Space
Micro (SMI), Airbus, and multiple ground segment vendors. This strategy enables execution of Xenesis’
core competencies to deliver an advanced state of the art service within a cost-advantaged framework.
Xenesis’ networking as a service (NaaS) targets three primary segments – Network as a Service, Mobile
Backhaul Services, and Earth Observation with $90B, $15B, and $1.5B respectively of current annual
spending. These segments span large Telecom companies (e.g., Globe Telecom), Federal Government
(e.g., US Air Force, NRO, and Space Command), and other commercial customers and data centers (e.g.,
Digital Realty). Xenesis provides unique value to each of these segments, including providing fast,
reliable service without customers absorbing large capital expenditures; providing fast, dynamically
routed transmissions across all types of applications (data agnostic); and an ability to connect across
both heavily populated and remote locations in a cost-advantaged manner. In addition, our Xen-Hub
can be integrated with Near-Zero CAPEX to aerospace giants and any prime contractor to augment their
Ultimately we are able to connect the unconnected by utilizing our technology to serve humanity as a
whole…as today approximately 3.4B people (41% of the world’s population) remain unconnected. Our
technology is built to benefit everyone worldwide, not just select groups.
Xenesis has a 3-pronged go-to-market strategy. Our government approach includes a current project
with the Space Development Agency (SDA) to develop high speed data transmission capabilities to
enable SDA’s national defense and space architecture. Planning is underway for expanded engagement
in the government-driven marketplace. A second prong is to leverage existing partner assets and deliver
optical communications services to customers. We are currently signing contractual agreements with
Airbus as Xenesis was selected to be the exclusive laser optical vendor on the Osiris Communications
Boom which is part of the Columbus module to the International Space Station (ISS). This
agreement will enable Xenesis to secure contracts with ISS customers and drive early revenue.
The third prong is to provide an end-to-end service. This capability will become available to
customers in stages starting in 2025.