Microsoft to leverage unused 'white space' spectrum to deliver free internet in India
Microsoft is looking to utilize unused "white space" that exists between two TV channels to deliver internet connectivity to wide swathes of India. The software giant is testing the efficacy of this technology via a pilot program in two rural regions, and if found to be successful, the project will see a wider release.
Here's how Microsoft describes the technology (opens in new tab):
Microsoft India chairman Bhaskar Pramanik talked about the benefits of this technology. He also mentioned the challenges relating to digital infrastructure in India, and how the initiative will be able to deliver a cost-effective solution.
Microsoft's initiative is just one of many such projects that are currently being undertaken by the Indian government in its bid to provide internet connectivity to all regions in the country.
Source: The Hindu
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WAIT: When for America?
I meant in good and bad .....
let's check Iran! why india!!
expensive and low speed it's here!:D
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