Google's parent company Alphabet took another step in the ambitious plan to send Wi – Fi signals to remote people.
This project, named Loon, will send a high altitude huge balloon to the stratosphere to send the Internet to the ground. On Tuesday, Mr. Rune said that he sent more than 1,000 kilometers, 621 miles or more on seven more balloons than he had already done.
This feat means that balloons can create a network of Internet connections distributed over multiple balloons. The wider the signal, the more people can be connected from the ground without installing a wireless infrastructure such as a cell base station.
The alphabet is not the only giant of Silicon Valley investing in the efforts to bring more people online. Facebook is doing a number of efforts to make the Internet available to unconnected population. Efforts called Terragraph aims to connect high density urban areas. Another thing called OpenCellular is an open source platform working on rural connectivity. Last month, the social network redefined all the efforts …
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The alphabet says that his Loon balloon can tell the Internet to more people than before
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