Microsoft rural Airband aspiration is a pursuit to partner with local providers to advance wireless internet.

Microsoft intends to announce a new campaign in an attempt to phase out the breach in highspeed internet access within the hardest to reach areas in the country. This attempt is known as the Rural Airband Initiative, which will entrench an ambitious goal of delivering improved broadband to two million Americans through the next five years

Regarding Microsoft opinion, this proposition is aimed at conveying fast wireless internet, which is the correct way to enhance connectivity in parts of the country that broadband providers have long avoided. According to Microsoft, more than 23 million Americans in rural areas presently need highspeed internet access, regardless of several billions of dollars in federal investment.


Although Microsoft affirmed that is s not considering turning into a telecom provider, but only supplying capital to local firms, and does not pursue to profit from the endeavor. By means revenue sharing agreements, Microsoft rather plans to invest all the money it raises in new projects in other states where internet access is inadequate.




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