SoftServe’s Alex Chubay is grateful for the billionaire’s satellites that are connecting Ukraine to the web.
AUSTIN, Texas — Alex Chubay is apprehensive about the war at dwelling. His dad and mom remain in Ukraine as properly as lots of of his SoftServe colleagues.
He claimed there are countless numbers of them even now in Ukraine and in bordering European metropolitan areas. He reported they are harmless and continue to performing. Numerous, nonetheless, had to escape their houses when Russian troops invaded his place in February.
Even though SoftServe has its U.S. headquarters in Austin, the program improvement business was founded in Ukraine.
KVUE profiled the company’s initiatives to assistance Ukraine with an April 8 fundraiser, but Chubay desired to thank one gentleman who has already helped his nation so a great deal.
“So Elon Musk shipped Starlink tools to Ukraine, and as much as I know, it has been activated and it operates and it delivers great value, especially in all those places with out steady web connections. So significant kudos to him to the Starlink team on behalf of all businesses and all Ukraine. I wished to thank him for this good contribution that he created to, you know, empower our resistance … for our freedom. So massive thanks to him,” Chubay said.
Chubay claimed many thanks to those satellites, hundreds of hundreds of Ukrainians have access to the world-wide-web.
“Locations in which we may possibly not rely on these channels any longer for the reason that, you know, our enemies, like … disconnecting us, like, on reason, disconnecting these regions … you know, they can use this disconnection for numerous purposes to operate their personal propaganda as a result of their channels. And … you might be form of like in the… informational vacuum that you are sitting, proper? So that machines permits us to establish the choice channels to reach out to our people today and to enable them know … it is not what you know, you are being advised that is real by our enemies. But there is an substitute matter that occurs proper now and … will not fret, we will be again,” Chubay mentioned.
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