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A US aid agency project combined with computers from China have brought Internet access to all primary and secondary schools in the former province of Yugoslavia: The 460 schools enabled On.Net, a Macedonian Internet provider, to build a business with guaranteed revenue, which in turn boosted their infrastructure to serve others. They’ve used wireless to span “bumpy” terrain. The company is using mesh networks within cities. The country is landlocked, and one member of parliament spoke of the Internet as the missing sea they need to compete in a world market.
Posted by Glennf at November 11, 2005 8:39 PM
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