Telecommunications

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UNDP and CSIR launch affordable internet connectivity in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa

The project by the CSIR and UNDP was first launched in Mdantsane, Eastern Cape, with Mdantsane Mobile. The most recent launch was held in KZN with Adnotes TVWS Network.

Ethiopia and the Internet Society sign new pact to advance the digital economy

The Ministry of Innovation and Technology (MINT) of Ethiopia and the Internet Society announced a new collaboration agreement today that will help advance the digital economy and drive economic transformation.

Liquid Intelligent Technologies achieves 100,000 km of fiber

Liquid Intelligent Technologies, formerly known as Liquid Telecommunications, has announced that it has achieved the 100,000 km fiber network rollout milestone. The company’s fiber infrastructure is reported to impact more than 100 million people across 643 towns and cities in Africa.

Brands should leverage telco-driven mobile advertising

The time is now for brands to think beyond the 3rd party cookies and take advantage of 1st party telco deterministic data to drive results for their businesses in an increasingly competitive market.

Longest-ever undersea mudslide probable cause of extended subsea cable breaks

A study using seabed sensors and mooring data sets in the Congo Canyon off West Africa have revealed that possibly the longest undersea mudslide yet recorded on our planet was the probable cause of the extended cable breaks to the SAT-3/Wasc cable and WACS.

Achieving universal broadband connectivity

With easily accessible internet connectivity, people can search for jobs, gain new skills, and access government services without having to travel to a physical location and stand in queues.

What Safaricom's 5G network means for Kenya

The real opportunity in 5G is in new use cases that have been impossible or limited due to low data transfer speeds. People will have better experience in online gaming and virtual reality could become an actual reality.