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December 9, 2013
Zach Walton Fiber Internet Coming To Uganda
By Zach Walton
Africa has the potential to be the next great epicenter of economic development. It just needs a push in the right direction, and Google’s latest project may just be the push it needs.

Google announced Project Link – a new initiative that will see Google bringing Fiber-backed Internet to developing areas in Africa. At the start, it will only be available in Uganda – specifically the city of Kampala. From the sounds of it, however, it looks like Google wants to expand the service to more of Africa as more cities get connected to the Internet.

Before you start thinking Project Link is like many of the organizations dedicated to connecting Africans to the Internet, it should be noted that this is not a charity. Google is merely providing a Fiber-backed infrastructure that local ISPs and mobile carriers can pay to connect to. ISPs will definitely want to connect to Google’s network, however, as it would allow them to offer better service to their customers. [...]

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