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Facebook Express Wi-Fi to launch in South Africa



Facebook announces collaboration with Cell C and Cambium Networks to launch it WiFi Express South Africa service.

Wi-Fi Express connects to the global initiative of Internet connectivity, and subscribers offer affordable Wi-Fi networks.

It is designed to complement mobile data offerings, offering a low cost broadband alternative alternative.

In a press statement, Facebook has announced its latest Wi-Fi networks in Skyra, C, South Africa, Ghana, Vodafone and the Philippine Globe.

These companies will provide Facebook with "fast, affordable and reliable Internet access".

"Through Express Wi-Fi, Facebook works with Internet providers and mobile operators to help them build and grow their Wi-Fi business in a sustainable and sustainable way", said the company.

Cambium networks technology

Cambium said It is also expanding in partnership with Facebook to drive the Express Wi-Fi service.

The company integrates Facebook's auto-organization network network technologies into the internal and external cnPilot portfolio of Wi-Fi Solutions.

Cell C spokeswoman says the social networks that make up the two technology networks can be seen as a real network.

"Facebook brings together new technologies, tools and business models to quickly connect to the Internet, and Cambium Network offers cost-effective and proven wireless innovation."

MyBroadband asked Cell C for more details about its Wi-Fi Express commitment, but the company could not provide this service at this stage.

Facebook's Wi-Fi network technology

Facebook's self-organization and self-healing network The Wi-Fi technology requires operators to manually configure networks.

If the access point (AP) is disconnected, Wi-Fi network technology uses its functional healing to automatically reconfigure the AP-axis that goes down the network.

Reconfiguration of technology that the network works through other AP networks or gateway APs.

Auto-organization network access technology is designed to scale more than 50 Wi-Fi APs.

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