Many of these people live in rural areas, where fiber, coaxial cable, DSL or any other kind of broadband infrastructure is scarce or nonexistent. This is a huge issue for rural community administrators and school officials who have been struggling to help their communities. For example, students can use the internet in school, but when they go home to do their homework, they have no access. At Revolution D, I've been working with these local officials to try to help them solve their problems. Technology has changed a lot in the past few years--what's known as fixed wireless technology is becoming more widespread.
Oct-18-2019, 07:46:51 GMT