Google Project Loon will unfold in India

Google Project Loon will unfold in India

Now, according to a new report by Google, with reference to the Vice-President and Managing Director Rajan Anandan in India, the company is in talks with local providers for the implementation of the plan in practice.

In January 2016, the Indian government gave Google «green light»To continue the development of Project Loon in the country, representing a major step in the long-term plans to bring internet connection in remote areas in India.

Google Project Loon will unfold in India

Now, according to a new report by Google, with reference to the Vice-President and Managing Director Rajan Anandan in India, the company is in talks with local providers for the implementation of the plan in practice.

Project Loon is one of many ambitious projects aimed at making technology more accessible to everyone. In particular, it is Google’s answer to the lack of connection to the Internet in various remote areas of the world where service providers do not have any infrastructure.

Google aims to solve this problem by launching a series of high-altitude balloons in the stratosphere, creating a wireless antenna that connects users in the areas of long-distance provider terrestrial stations.

Although still in its infancy, Project Loon development began in 2011. Two years later, in the summer of 2013, Project Loon was tested in New Zealand, and in mid-2014, Google began testing its service in Brazil.

Now, according to new reports, after the decision of the Indian government, Google can translate the project into reality. Although Anandan did not talk about what ISPs could merge with Google, unnamed

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