High-speed internet in remote rural areas of IndiaProject Taara’ Google works on the principle of a very simple fiber optics cable.  

Google new Project High Speed Internet Project "Tarra'" for Rural areas of India
Google new Project High Speed Internet Project “Tarra’” for Rural areas of India


 Tech News: Google will provide high-speed connections in rural India and other parts of the country where the Internet is unthinkable.   ‘Project Taara‘.  And Google is set to tie the knot with Airtel and Jio to make this impossible possible, the source said.  Google’s Project X claims that the technology is part of Project Taara, which uses light to transmit information at super-high speeds with the help of a very fine and invisible beam wind.  It’s the same with fiber, but it doesn’t use any cables or wires.

The optical link that Google uses with ‘Project Taara’ works on the principle of a very simple fiber optics cable.  This means that the data will be transferred in the form of a light signal but it is ported in the form of wireless.

 This state-of-the-art technology allows light beams to be sent in place of radio waves between transmitters and receivers on large buildings or elsewhere.  A special source claims to  Telecom in this regard, where now customers are getting speed at 1 gigabyte per second, as a result of the new technology that speed will become 20 gigabytes.  The source further claimed, ‘This is going to be a game changing technology for India.  Because this new technology of providing internet with or without a cable to connect people in remote areas of the country will actually help to reduce the burden of the tower to a huge extent.


 This ‘Project Star’, which provides Internet signals using wireless optical communication links or light beams in a very simple way, has been tested in different parts of India and Africa. 


 And all those tests have yielded very promising results.  Incidentally, with the help of this ‘Project Taara’, Google has again started working with regional operators to provide internet services to more regions in sub-Saharan Africa.  The tech giant writes in a blog about the effectiveness of ‘Project Star’, ‘This system will be very useful in places where it is impossible to deliver fiber only.  That list includes jungles, rivers, railway tracks, and more.

 After successfully testing ‘Project Taara’ in Andhra Pradesh, Google is currently in the early stages of collaborating with Jio and Airtel to provide internet services in rural India.  Although no official announcement has been made yet.  Besides, this testing is at an early stage.  Experts claim that it would not be right to reach a final decision on this issue right now.  Because even if the light of this hope is seen in the testing once, the experts think that in the next testing it may be against the interest again.

 According to Google, the project will also be useful in the rugged terrain of India, where fiber cable installation is extremely difficult.  With the help of light beams instead of cables, Google will be able to send links to remote areas where the tower is connected up to 20 kilometers away.  And the data speed when sending that link will be at least 20Gbps, which is really unimaginable.

 However, this is not the first time that Google has been able to deliver Internet services on a massive scale in the alleys, mountains and rivers of India.  Google’s ‘Station’ project closed in India in February this year.  In this project, Google has arranged high-speed internet at a total of 415 railway stations in the country.  This ‘station’ project came to a halt after five years of stormy work.

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