Mobile is the largest technology platform in history and we have witnessed how access to the internet has improved peoples’ lives. In an effort to connect individuals in developing countries around the world, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.,
Each EKOCENTER will offer a locally tailored mix of products, services and resources, including safe drinking water, electricity, wireless communication, refrigerated vaccination storage, health education, and other functionality to jump-start entrepreneurship opportunities and community development. Qualcomm Technologies will provide guidance to
Connectivity is an essential part of the EKOCENTER project and having a wireless connection will link these individuals and communities to opportunities that were previously unimaginable in areas such as education, commerce, healthcare and others. Connectivity is a fundamental tool for change and has been directly contributing to GDP and job growth.
Peggy Johnson is executive vice president of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., and president of global market development where she is responsible for commercializing new business opportunities and developing strategic relationships for the company.
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