Project Loon as complementary infrastructure

How X’s revolutionary solution is set to tackle coverage gaps where conventional infrastructure models don’t work

Read this article to learn:

  • What Project Loon is and how it works
  • Trials that have been conducted to date
  • The addressable market Project Loon is looking to target
  • How Loon aligns with MNO objectives and aims to coexist with other infrastructure solutions

Project Loon is the revolutionary connectivity solution being developed by X, the R&D subsidiary or “moonshot factory” of Google’s parent company, Alphabet. A network of balloons, travelling on the edge of space, Project Loon seeks to connect people in rural and remote areas, fill coverage gaps and bring people back online after disasters. TowerXchange were…

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