Remote Community solution (RCS)

The high capital outlay typically associated with macro-base station sites and the exceptionally high operational overhead costs, particularly for transmission and power supply, have all been major barriers for mobile network operators considering mobile service rollouts to remote areas in emerging markets.
According to the BMI Sudan telecommunications reports for the third quarter of 2011, two-thirds of Sudan’s mobile penetration remains below 40%, meaning that many small enterprises and villages in remote regions still lack an effective means of communicating. These remote, neglected communities present a major service-delivery challenge for regional operators, but also a serious revenue-generating opportunity.
One remote community communication solution is a mobile communication system that targets areas with limited or nonexistent telecom infrastructure, often those outside the power grid where subscriber populations (with low ARPU) don’t support a large-scale network installation.

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