Remote community solutions

Indigenous communities across the globe have showcased resilience, adaptation, and cultural preservation throughout history. Often, it is perceived that these communities are stuck in time or detached from modern civilization, but that couldn't be further from the truth.

There's an odd paradox..

In remote Indigenous territories, one might find more people with smartphones than there are people with access to reliable internet services. This disconnection isn't due to lack of interest, but rather lack of infrastructure.

Just as Africa saw an upsurge in prosperity with the advent of mobile banking, we believe that digital connectivity can revolutionize remote Indigenous communities around the world.

The Karrier One solution

Karrier One can enable individuals in remote communities to create connectivity where they need it, through Gatekeeper Nodes.

Moreover, through our decentralized telco model, the power does not lie with a single provider that upcharges remote communities. The community members themselves can act as service providers, adding an element of autonomy and creating a revenue stream for remote communities as well.

As of Q3 2023, Karrier One has deployed at Canada's indigenous community in Osoyoos, British Columbia, as well as many more.

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