42 MILLION UNCONNECTED AMERICANS. 9 MILLION ARE STUDENTS.
32% of the Latin American and Caribbean population, that is 244 million people, have no internet access.
Connectivity plays a crucial role for us to live in the digital world. We believe it is a fundamental right deserved by everyone. Our mission is to bridge the global digital divide through innovative broadband & healthcare solutions.
These networks provide low cost or free broadband service. We use a school as the central location or hub to build a network within that radius. A model provides 150,000 kids with high-speed internet for a low cost of $4.88 per student, per month.
Our international partner MEID provides interoperability between systems on all health sector from pharmacies, laboratories, clinics, hospitals and insurance companies with MeID and comply with all the personal data protection protocols.
Newly available Citizens Radio Broadband Spectrum (CBRS) allows us to set up our own private LTE, and soon
5G networks. The "innovation band" offers shared access spectrum utilization to make network build-outs more
We strive to understand the root problem to better serve our community. We lead initiatives to develop research that will build out diversity trainings about tech & the digital divide.
Our projects adapt to the needs of individual communities. We work with local city governments, school districts & local nonprofits. To address the lack of connectivity, we can’t ignore the years of systematic inaccessibility that make up the digital divide and education gap. Both of them are effects of systemic injustices with a complicated history. Learn more through our digestible white pages coming soon.
The United States and Latin America are our primary outreach communities. Our goal is to provide affordable, fixed connectivity for households within these communities and universal healthcare coverage.