NuRAN Wireless is a winner of the GSMA Connected Society Innovation Fund for Rural Connectivity, a project which aims to support innovative mobile internet connectivity solutions for unconnected rural communities.
NuRAN Wireless provides carrier grade low CAPEX and low OPEX Mobile Broadband Infrastructure Solutions that have unsurpassed reliability, from the Artic regions of Canada to the heat of the African Jungles. NuRAN connects the unconnected.
The technology vendor will receive a £330,000 grant which will be used to test and evaluate their new, innovative mobile internet connectivity solution for unconnected rural communities in Ghana. The fund will be allocated in partnership with Vodafone Ghana and is set to run for approximately 18 months.
“NuRAN is proud to have ubiquitous connectivity as its mission. Succeeding on this endeavour requires levels of accessibility and affordability that only innovative technology can overcome. We welcome this selection by GSMA as recognition of our technological innovation and look forward to contributing further to a better, connected society”
– Maxime Dumas, President & CEO, NuRAN Wireless
Click here to read the GSMA’s recent press release on the Connected Society Innovation Fund.