Sesame Solar will work directly with telecommunication industry leaders to develop deployable broadband access solutions to be used by remote communities, individuals, and farmers to ensure continuity of access to broadband services. We will also design a ruggedized variant of our Solar Nanogrid Solution to house and fully power a Mobile Microsoft Azure Modular Datacenter (MDC) to support use scenarios ranging from mobile command centers, humanitarian assistance, military mission needs, mineral exploration, and other use cases requiring high intensity, secure computing on Azure. The Azure Modular Datacenters give customers a path to migrate apps to Azure while still running these workloads on-premises with low-latency connections to their own datacenter. This provides a steppingstone for transforming workloads to the Azure API with the option of continuing to run these apps on-premises, or in public or sovereign clouds. The patent pending design of the Sesame Solar Nanogrids will provide an off-grid Solar Nanogrid Solution for the Azure MDC providing datacenter scale compute resources needed around the world where there is a significant cloud computing and storage needs in areas with adverse conditions, where low communication, disrupted network availability and limited access to specialized infrastructure would have previously prevented taking advantage of cloud computing.
We have had initial communications with Land O’ Lakes, a premier agribusiness company and a leading advocate for broadband expansion into rural areas, and plan to further consult and engage with them on our proposed Solution.