15-ton Computer to Provide Clean Water, Internet and Solar Power in Africa

  • If a new Walty machine, a 15-ton multi-tasking thermal dynamic computer, is adopted by governments in Africa or telecommunication organizations, Africa finally could beat challenges in clean water, electricity and internet connectivity.watly1460973120064_aspR_1.781_w700_h393_e400

    Africa could soon be rid of its development challenges including clean water, electricity and internet connectivity, thanks to Watly.

    The creators of the 15-ton multi-tasking thermal dynamic computer named Watly, are certain that their machine could help filter clean drink water and provide internet and electricity for towns of up to 3,000 people.

    According to WaterAid, water continues to be a resource that many people across the world cannot access easily. Approximately, only about one in four sub-Saharan Africans have access to electricity, according to the World Bank. According to Internet World Stats, while Mobile technology has been increasing in the continent, internet penetration still remains low standing at 28.6%