A reliable and fast internet connection has become integral as an economy’s infrastructure. For the broadband sector, fibre infrastructure has finally overtaken DSL technologies to be the largest network across the world. To bring internet access to the undeveloped and rural areas, tech giants such as Google, have piloted initiatives such as Project Loon that intends to marry satellite communications and broadband technology. To date, the project has signed a deal to test its internet-beaming balloons with the three largest wireless carriers in Indonesia and is in talks with the Indian government.
- Developing markets spread across diverse terrain
- National broadband plans across most countries, as they strive to raise internet penetration rates for the development of a digital economy
- Race to remain competitive. Other than Singapore (1st) and Malaysia (31st), Thailand (62nd), Indonesia (73rd) and Philippines (77th), lag behind in terms of Network Readiness, based on a 139-country study published by the World Economic Forum.
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