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NVIDIA inception startup accelerator

Atlanta, Ga — October 8, 2020 — SOIL today announced it has joined NVIDIA Inception, a program designed to nurture startups revolutionizing industries with advancements in AI and data sciences.

SOIL is focused on combining cleantech and IoT to enable power and connectivity everywhere. With over a billion people without electricity and as the whole world goes virtual during the pandemic, there’s still 50% of the world's population that doesn’t have access to the internet. SOIL is focused on providing solutions to bridge the gap to a sustainable future.

NVIDIA Inception will allow SOIL to accelerate our business with go-to-market…


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ATLANTA, GA, 15 August 2020 — Atlanta startup SOIL, a startup specializing in power and connectivity innovation, has been selected as one of WeWork’s Black-owned Business Grant awardees. As part of the recognition, the tech startup will receive a $10,000 prize and resources for networking and growth from WeWork Labs.

Small businesses such as startups account for the vast majority of companies in the country. Yet research from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation found that African-American entrepreneurs are three times more likely to have their profitability hurt by lack of access to capital.

In June 2020, WeWork launched the Black-owned…


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The Internet of things (IoT) is a gamechanger. From trackers that monitor patient health conditions to security systems that you can control with your smartphone, there are certainly few areas of life that IoT hasn’t touched.

Or so it seems. In truth, about 4 billion people or 52% of the population do not have access to the Internet. And when there’s no Internet, IoT can’t work its wonders.

A growing problem
As it happens, many places with limited or no Internet connectivity tend to be rural areas. …


ATLANTA, GA — Atlanta startup SOIL announced the launch of Griot, its revolutionary IoT hardware-software platform that enlists nanosatellites in low-earth orbit to deliver cutting-edge internet access to all places — even those at the edge of the world. The system is slated for nationwide commercial release by Q4 2020.

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SOIL’s Griot connectivity platform

Internet connectivity is critical to overcoming barriers, but four billion people — about 52% of the world’s population — do not have access to it due to geographical restrictions or lack of infrastructure. …

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