Intel India pilots internet over power lines
Nivruti Rai, country head of Intel India, says the company has piloted a project in India called WoW, or Wireless over Wire, that takes internet through electricity wires. Given that most villages have electricity connections, this could be a big breakthrough in making the internet available to remote areas if the technology is proved viable.
Laying optical fibre to all villages is expensive and will take a long time. Some, like Elon Musk’s Starlink, are trying to achieve the same objective with satellites…
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SOURCE: TIMES OF INDIA
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