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Senator Guy Loando has decided to respond to the concerns of the President of the Republic in terms of digital inclusion. The populations of the province of Equateur will soon have better access to the Internet. The Widal Foundation will bring broadband to Equateur Province, Democratic Republic of Congo. It signed a memorandum of understanding to this...

The government has signed a contract worth Sh2.4 billion with Mozambique that will see Tanzania’s National ICT Broadband Backbone being extended to the southern African nation, a minister said. The project includes the construction of the fibre optic layout, power and transmission equipment, the mechanical building, the guard booth and the fireplace. The minister for...

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The demand for broadband connectivity has exploded in Nigeria since 2020. However, fiber optic alone cannot meet it efficiently, particularly in rural areas. The government, which wants to satisfy everyone, will target technologies according to the market.  As part of its efforts to deepen broadband penetration in the country, the Federal Government of Nigeria will train...

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The federal government yesterday disclosed that Nigeria would leverage on the Nigerian Satellite (NigComSat-1R) to deepen broadband penetration in the country. It also expressed its readiness to train 600 Nigerian youths on Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) installations and core skills. The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Pantami, stated this in Abuja...

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Many countries across Africa have made policy advances to reduce the cost of broadband access, boosted by improved spectrum management and investment into infrastructure, says a new report by the Alliance for Affordable Internet (A4AI). The advances in lowering broadband costs by African countries such as Malawi, Rwanda, Botswana and Morocco is significant, especially in...

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Konnect Africa, a subsidiary of Eutelsat Communications, announced on March 23, 2020 the conclusion of a memorandum of understanding with Flash Services and the start-up Schoolap to provide broadband Internet to schools in the Democratic Republic of Congo. For the first phase of the project, 3,600 private schools will be connected over the next 12 months....

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Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami, has received the draft report of the National Broadband Plan Committee 2020-2025. The report was presented to him in his office by the Chairman of the Committee, who doubles as the CEO MainOne Broadband Company, Ms Funke Opeke. The Committee is co-chaired by Dr....

Mobile services have had an important and positive impact on developing countries where they are the main means of connecting to the internet. However, mobile services have capacity constraints. They use limited radio frequency spectrum, which means that mobile data typically has usage limits. They also have high prices per unit (per gigabyte), which results...

West Africa’s largest independent fibre optic infrastructure and telecommunications services provider – Phase3 Telecom has commenced a strategic network technology upgrade to enhance communications for seamless regional and multi-location connectivity in Nigeria. Speaking on this new project, the Phase3 chairman, Mr Stanley Jegede, said the improved operational focus was targeted at expanding the scope of...