Rural schools in Venezuela are about to get a technology boost, thanks to a new Wi-Fi innovation.
Six hundred schools will soon be able to access the internet and learning resources thanks to a satellite Wi-Fi system known as VSAT. The system is particularly suited to rural environments that lack a wired infrastructure and can be set up relatively quickly.
The system in Venezuela will be handled by Hong Kong-based Altai Technologies and is being paid for by a rural broadband community fund.
Acting CEO of Altai, Bill Wong, said of the project: Our Super WiFi Solution enables service providers to quickly build a wireless broadband network with wide coverage at a much lower total project cost."Read more here from The Journal