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Ethiopia wants to make the space industry a key element of its economic development. Already supported by China, the country also wants to offer the support of the United States for the realization of this ambition.  The Ethiopian government, through the Ministry of Innovation and Technology (MINT), has signed a memorandum of understanding with the American...

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Allot announced that Ethio Telecom in Ethiopia has selected the Allot SmartTraffic QoE solution.  SmartTraffic QoE, which provides comprehensive network traffic analytics, plus flexible, granular and precise real-time bandwidth and congestion management.  The solution will be implemented to improve network performance and QoE for Ethio’s mobile customers and to take advantage of its PCEF (Policy and...

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Ethio Telecom has announced the launch of its Ashamtele customer loyalty program and their telegebeya online sales channel. Ethio telecom, since the recent past years has been on visible and multifaceted strategic reforms, stemming from telecom infrastructures expansion and latest technologies deployment to massive tariff reduction and emerging new telecom services and products in order...

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The consortium led by Safaricom obtained its operating license in May 2021. Almost a year later, the company has still not launched its commercial activities, initially planned for the month of April. The telecommunications operator Safaricom has missed the deadline for launching its activities in Ethiopia. According to the local press, the Ethiopian Communications Authority (ECA)...

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Safaricom Telecommunicaitons Ethiopia (Safaricom ET) is reported to have reached an agreement in principle with local telecoms incumbent Ethio Telecom related to interconnection and the sharing of cell sites and tower assets. According to Business Insider Africa, a final agreement remains pending though, with Safaricom ET’s Public Relations Manager Tewedaj Eshetu cited as confirming earlier...

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Safaricom, which is readying up a new network in Ethiopia, will share mobile telecommunication towers and relevant power with state-controlled rival Ethio Telecom, after the companies reached consensus on interconnection and capacity lease agreements. The Ethiopia Communications Authority (ECA) held a joint mediation meeting with both parties and reported that “agreement had been reached on...

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Ethio Telecom and soon-to-launch rival Safaricom Ethiopia successfully negotiated terms around infrastructure sharing and interconnection, the country’s communications authority stated, with contracts to be signed shortly. The Ethiopian Communications Authority noted it mediated the talks, which covered tower and power sharing, transmission capacity leases and interconnection. Separate statements from the operators explained they were now...