Faster, more reliable access. Of the over 7 billion people in the world, fewer than half are connected to the Internet. And for many who are online, inadequate or nonexistent infrastructure offers slow and unreliable connections. CSquared was launched to bring faster, more reliable Internet to the people and places that need it. We first built a metro fiber network in the city of Kampala, Uganda, a dense urban center that was limited to pre-broadband speeds. Since then, we have expanded CSquared to Ghana, where we expect to build over 1,000 kilometers of fiber in Accra, Tema and Kumasi. In Uganda, we also offer wholesale last-mile Wi-Fi access. Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) can leverage our network to bring high-quality Wi-Fi to homeowners, small businesses and mobile users on-the-go. We continue to explore opportunities for expanding CSquared Wi-Fi networks to future markets. A lightspeed network CSquared enables ISPs and MNOs to provide high-quality broadband at lower costs through shared infrastructure such as metro fiber and Wi-Fi networks. Our shared infrastructure model means we work alongside our customers, building networks they can leverage to provide better services to end users. We have seen how connecting Kampala to existing long-distance fiber lines has helped to provide the city with a foundation for growth and help more people get online. We are excited to see similar growth in Ghana. The potential CSquared is about unleashing what's possible when cities like Kampala and Accra are better-connected. Networks with greatly expanded capacity support local providers in building a stronger web in Africa and around the world.
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