Thanks Google.....Ur awesome!!!! Thanks again for selecting Sri Lanka... Would it be used by Telecom or a private company like Dialog??
Anonymous, 30 Jul 2015try reading about it before commenting next time. the balloons run in the stratosphere. which ... moreThere are a lot of wind there, you might try to read about it too:
And to others: The same page says that it is LTE
its LTE technology they are going to use. they are using the local teleco providers for that. most probably they will use SLT as their core. this is agood initiative...
Some websites said itz going to provide WLAN. Some people said LTE. Some are said 3G. idk
baloon, 30 Jul 2015And how they suppoe to place that baloon stagnant at a place during stroms and winds? try reading about it before commenting next time. the balloons run in the stratosphere. which would be well above weather patterns
Anonymous, 30 Jul 2015The catch is that the world is putting even more power into googles hands...Google software is the most powerful in the world. Let them own us and turn us into data. Google can't ever go wrong.
The catch is that the world is putting even more power into googles hands...
They ran tests in new zealand prior to putting this to play here in Sri Lanka, so I think they've already thought about risk factors such as storms and winds.
That is awesome!! But why can't devalop that in to LTE speed?