Broadband internet connection platform, 3air, Designed to bring seamless broadband connectivity to Africa. The recently announced platform recognizes Internet connectivity issues and the African continent’s huge interest in blockchain technology. 3air solves the connection challenge by using wireless broadband technology to reach areas that were previously under-connected.
The company plans to build broadband in developing countries where other institutions cannot deploy the necessary infrastructure. Most African Internet users use mobile Internet connections, which usually have limited bandwidth, are expensive and unreliable. 3air plans to provide broadband Internet at speeds of up to 1 Gbps, as well as IP phone and digital TV subscriptions.
According to the World Bank, the construction of high-speed broadband Internet infrastructure will require at least $100 billion in investment by 2030. The solution proposed by 3air can launch broadband services in a new country within 6 months, with an investment of approximately US$10-20 million.
3air strengthens K3 last mile technology
One of 3air’s most important partners is K3 Telecom, Today’s industry’s leading telecommunications service provider. Its technology propagates microwave radio signals through the air, providing a faster and more cost-effective way to purchase services.
this K3 last mile technology Build a base station to distribute Internet services to users in a radius of more than 30 miles. The ground team conducts extensive research on the layout of the city to install base stations in strategic locations to optimize coverage and performance.
In the long run, unlike 3G networks, 3air’s vision is to move towards a direct, affordable and reliable communication path. In addition, the startup plans to educate Africa on blockchain technology after effectively improving broadband Internet connections in the region.
The platform also cooperates with technology-based companies such as CV Labs and Iceaddis, and has established multiple partnerships during its establishment.
Identity management on the blockchain
3air is built on the Cardano blockchain and utilizes the advanced technology of the chain. In addition, 3air tokens utilize the IOHK Atala Prism identification management solution.
The Atala Prism system allows the creation of digital identities called DIDs, which can be used for identification and personal information tracking and privacy options to provide users with provable identities. This also allows tracking the user’s credit score. By regularly using broadband services and adding additional payment data, users can build their own credit scores for loans on or off the platform.
3air uncovers the untapped potential of Africa
In order to estimate the market potential, 3air lists several estimates launched in different countries/regions in its white paper. According to their research, Nigeria alone has the potential to generate US$60 million in annual revenue in the broadband telecommunications industry. Combined with other developments on the African continent, it shows unprecedented potential here.
Creating a stable high-speed network is a way to get the best results from developing cities while bringing more value to citizens. Sandi Bitenc, CEO of 3air, talked about the importance of establishing broadband infrastructure:
“Imagine your personal or business life without a fast and reliable Internet connection. Unfortunately, this is the reality of many people in developing countries. Now imagine the plight of such a country as a whole. The development of third world countries needs to focus on Economic development, social development, environmental protection, poverty eradication and other fields. Resolving them is difficult and sometimes conflicts occur, but it is almost impossible to resolve them without information and connections.”
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