TOWARDS AN OPEN AND INCLUSIVE INTERNET
Ammbr is an initiative to build scalable and resilient infrastructure to deal with the so-called “last mile” connectivity problem. More than half the world’s population – according to the ITU some 3.9 Billion – is not connected, or has consistently bad Internet connectivity. Solving this problem is therefore a crucial factor in overcoming a host of societal and economic imbalances.
Access to the internet was a luxury not so long ago, but today it’s an essential utility where growth and innovation are concerned. Yet, approximately half of the world’s population do not have regular access to broadband service. Continue reading “Overcoming broadband access issues with Ammbr”