IQST – iQSTEL and ALYI Meet Face Mask to Face Mask Today in Dallas at ReVolt Electric Motorcycle Design Lab

NEW YORK, Dec. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — iQSTEL, Inc. (USOTC: IQST), an international telecommunication, technology and fintech service provider, and Alternet Systems, Inc. (USOTC: ALYI), an electric vehicle (EV) innovator, meet today to advance a previously announced joint design program to codevelop two-way device communication solutions specific to the EV operating environment. Today, the two companies are meeting face to face in Dallas, in the design lab of ALYI’s EV engineering partner, MODUS. The two companies have agreed in advance to specific COVID19 mitigation protocols.

 

 

IQST and ALYI recently announced a letter of intent (LOI) agreement for IQST’s Internet of Things (IoT) development team to combine efforts with ALYI’s EV engineering and design program to codevelop two-way device communication solutions specific to the EV operating environment.

ALYI’s first generation EV program includes multiple electric motorcycles. One is designed for, among other applications, utilization within the rideshare (exemplified by

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Dallas ISD plans to build cell towers, pay for internet to help students

Almost none of the students at W. W. Samuell High School had access to district-issued laptops or internet hotspots in their homes just one year ago.

In what would now be viewed as a prescient decision, Principal Jennifer Tecklenburg started handing out Chromebooks to students in December so that every student could have a device to take home.

“It was an equity issue,” she said. “The students needed the technology at home as much as they needed it at school.”

Most of Samuell’s students had a device when the pandemic forced campuses in Dallas and across the country to close last March. But there was still the glaring issue of internet connectivity – what good was a laptop if a student didn’t have a Wi-Fi connection to use it on?

Students completed work on their phones, submitted assignments via text message or parked outside of libraries and restaurants to access

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