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Starting next year, Kenya Telecom will speed up Internet access to cover rural and suburban populations, the company's first business deal in Africa.
The technology, known as the Loon Project, was developed by Alphabet's Innovation Laboratory.
Since then, it has become Loon, a subsidiary of Alphabet, Google's parent company.
This technology is used in the United States. S.
After last year's hurricane, telecom operators will connect more than 250,000 people in Puerto Rico.
Kenya hopes that this technology will help achieve full Internet coverage for its population.
"Loon's mission is to connect people around the world by inventing and integrating bold technologies," said Alastair Westgarth, chief executive of Loon.
Kenya Telecom is the country's third-largest operator, after market leaders Safaricom and Bharti Airtel's Kenya branch.
"We will work with Dragon to provide the first commercial mobile service as soon as possible, using Dragon's balloon. -
The power of the African Internet, "said Aldo Mareuse, chief executive of telecommunications.
The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
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Cover areas with low population density.
They float 60,000 feet above sea level, far higher than air traffic, wildlife and weather events, Long said.
Kenya has a population of more than 45 million, with major cities and towns covered by operator networks, but vast rural areas in Kenya are not covered. A Microsoft-
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Connect some rural communities with TV frequencies.