N Logue Case Study

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In order to increase this technology to every single poor rural area of India, n-Logue adopted a model mainly fashioned by a business of franchise based. They believed that management and delivery of services of the internet can easily create a level of the chain of supply that is more prestigious to any user. In this decentralized model, we can easily see three various levels of network of interdependence. One is n-Logue, second, Local Service Provide and the last one is Kiosk Operator. All three of them must struggle hard in order to make this model and its operation successful.
At the level of foundation, n-Logue facilitates good relationships between wide-range of organizations, providers of hardware and various other equipment, organizations
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Ltd. These activities include Planning, execution and project’s control. Whereas, in order to handle such activities, n-Logue selected various partners who could help them out while successfully applying these activities.
Implementation of Project
The basic start of n-Logue was from Pilot project. Their basic purpose was to show that there is some market for information and communication within poor rural areas with the help of developing and deploying innovative technologies, models of assessment and business. The project is known as SARI, which is also a part of Digital Nations Consortium of the Media Labs of MIT and International Development Center for Harvard was recently launched or deployed on January 25, 2001. Various other important partners of this project are IIT, Madras, and Boston (Capital Corporation of Internet
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This center of Access will have
¬ An internet connection being leased by some partner with the nearest Internet gateway.
¬ Radius and servers of NAT and DNS.
¬ A software that will help customers to submit their bills and at the same time, keeping track of every single bill payment (Birkett, 2010).
This facility of the center will be deployed by n-Logue and handled by LSP. These LSPs will be able to give away following services to customers. They are:
• Email facility
• Hosting of customer’s web pages
• Hosting of customer’s servers (Almutairi, 2007)
Similarly, various set of repeater stations will be installed as well helping out coverage for almost 25 km radius from various stations of the hub. This mean, these access centers can approximately emit signal data up to 2000 sq. The first ever access center was developed and deployed at Melur Taluk, located within the district of Madurai, residing at the 28 km distance from the city of Madurai.
Conclusion
New developments are going on throughout the world with an introduction of new technologies. India must strive hard in this sector in order to compete against all of these nationals who have already done quite a remarkable

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