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Is Google planning to build free Wi-Fi network around the world?

Have you heard about another new product from Google? What great news for users of Wi-Fi. Check out the latest news about it!

Free Wi-Fi from Google

Google Inc. has promised "fast Wi-Fi for everyone." under the new initiative. Google Station is a new free Wi-Fi platform, which is a continuation of the project in India. Google Inc. in partnership with RailTel and Indian Railways created a unique opportunity for the people of India. Millions of Wi-Fi users can enjoy of a high-quality signal at the railway stations. Google Inc. is planning to start the project on a larger scale.

Google Station will be distributed all over the world. Google Inc. plans to expand these partnerships in public places. Also, Google wants to attract many companies to cooperate. It will be cafes, malls, phone carriers, and so on. To carry out the connection to the initiative will be able to all the companies that will be able to collaborate with Google, to create a high quality, safe, easily accessible Wi-Fi with a minimum of trouble. Google Inc. reports that they’ll be able to monetize Google free Wi-Fi project hotspots in various ways, including access fees and ads, or they can make them free.

VP for Google’s next billion users, Caesar Sengupta tells "The Verge that about 15,000 people in India get online for the first time every day with the company’s railway Wi-Fi hotspots ".

According to statistics, 3.5 million people use the service every month, which is currently available at 52 stations and set to expand to 100 this year.

Google promises a reliable and fast Wi-Fi

On Google Station - free Wi-Fi from Google - focuses on the possibilities offered by the new platform. Google promises a reliable and fast Wi-Fi which helps you learn more about what "the Internet can offer." One of the important points of the project is "safe and protected on this network."

Google is looking for reliable partners around the world right now! If you are large venue or organization, network operator, fiber provider, system integrator or infrastructure company, then you urgently need to fill out a form on their website.

The project started - Google Loon - in 2013

It is interesting that Google regularly tries to become the creator of the free Wi-Fi all over the world. Previously, Google conducted an experiment to fly the balloon, which distributes Wi-Fi. Free Wi-Fi balloons from Google - Google Loon had to move in the stratospheric winds at an altitude of 20 km with the help of solar panels. The project started - Google Loon - in 2013. The aim of the project was to provide a continuous the internet coating by distinct parallels earthly territory. This was possible due to a large number of balls. Google first achieved incredible results with this project.

Google conducted an experiment to fly the balloon

A ball Ibis-167 was able to overtake the Earth in just 22 days by changing the height and jumping in different stratospheric streams. An interesting fact is that Mahesh Krishnaswamy, who manages production activities in Project Loon, decided to use the ultra-reliable flexible plastic by condom manufacturers. It is helped to avoid leakage of helium and cylinder damage at low temperatures in the stratosphere, where the plastic becomes rigid and therefore loses its flexibility and becomes brittle and prone to fracture. If an accident and destruction balloon happens, a hardware module (weighing 15kg) flies down on the emergency parachute.

A ball Ibis-167 was able to overtake the Earth in just 22 days

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Users of Google Loon use a new Wi-Fi-router to the connection. Users must use special directional antennas for communication with the stratospheric balloon. The users contact the stratosphere within a radius of 40 km. Data is transferred between several stratospheric balloons until it reaches the area of the ground station visibility, connected to the Internet.

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