Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Cuba signs deal with Google to speed up access to its services

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As part of the deal, Google will install servers on the island, allowing ETECSA to locally cache and serve the most popular high-bandwidth content, like YouTube videos. This reduces latency, giving Cubans who already have access to internet a better quality of service.


Over the past couple of years, Google has launched a number of its products in Cuba, including Chrome, Google Analytics and its Play Store. Its most recent deal will help those with internet access enjoy more content but it won’t improve Cuba’s aging infrastructure or increase the number of people going online, at least not right now.

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