Google Reportedly To Fund In Africa, Southeast Asia To Build Wireless Networks

Posted on May 25 2013 - 1:33am by Editorial Staff

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The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Google reportedly may fund and build wireless networks in Africa and Southeast Asia. The report suggests that the search giant is looking up to build wireless network in emerging companies via TV airwaves. The TV airwaves would be called as “white spaces” that TV companies don’t use but which being still licensed to them.

The publication citing sources says that Google may be using its own Google Fiber technology but it will cost a lot for the developing countries although not any clear technology name mentioned on which Google may be working out. Another thing to note that report does mentioned that Google is working on some new methods say “special balloons or blimps” for delivering connectivity.

More news to follow and will update you further.

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