Internet to rural areas by Indian NGO

Internet to rural areas by Indian NGO

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An Indian NGO, Sonet has teamed up with an Israeli firm, Radwin to provide Internet connectivity in rural areas of South Asian country.

It would help villagers reap benefits of e-Learning and telemedicine. Israeli firm Radwin announced that its WinLink 1000 systems was chosen by the Indian NGO. Sonet and its Indian partner, VLink Systems will implement the project. Sonet and RADWIN are making a tremendous impact on the lives of thousands of residents in the region by giving them access to information and services that were previously unavailable as stated by Ravi Codala, IT Manager of Sonet.

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