New Delhi (Sputnik) — ‘Google Station’ is Google’s new service in India which offers fast Wi-Fi internet service to users in public places.
According to Cease Sengupta, Vice President at Google, "Our goal has not just been to help more Indians get online but also to help Indians create the online experience they want; one that serves their needs and enables them to have an impact on the entire world. So we have been thinking about how to build products and services for this wave of new users that work for any level of connectivity, in local Indian languages, and across the devices that are most frequently used in India.”
"The goal is to give people many hot spots within a few minutes’ walk from their home, university, or workplace, unified by a simple login process that works across all of them," Caesar Sengupta added.
According to Rajan Anandan, Vice President of India and Southeast Asia “Google plans to train two million mobile developers on Android, revealing that over 120,000 students have already enrolled in the Android Fundamentals course, and by next college semester, 200,000 engineering students will be learning how to develop Android applications.”