DNS & Peering

There are many reasons people are not connected to the Internet.  Some  people can not afford the Internet – it is too expensive.  For other people who live in a rural or remote locations, their geography does not allow them easy access.  We want people to be able to access connectivity — to access the Internet, mobile phones, fibre networks.  Basically, to connect to whatever is most useful to them. This is why connecting the next billion people feels like such an overwhelming task. How are we going to connect people in Canada’s far north, or in the mountains of…