A new report published this week by the Internet Society explains the steps African countries can take to bring faster and less expensive Internet
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MainOne, West Africa’s premier connectivity and data center solution provider, has been entrusted by the government of Burkina Faso, backed by the World Bank,
Netcom Africa has partnered the Lagos State Government, YPO, Landmark Center, and various other companies to help curtail the COVID-19 spread in the state.
By Anthony Nwosu and Emmanuel Fagbenle The drive for efficiency and higher productivity among government workers and the strategic need to build capacity in
Telecommunication companies can now start entering the next wave of their go-to-market approach and play a more active role in connectivity, consulting, and the
Creating a digital ecosystem in rural areas requires collaboration with local suppliers if long-term success is to be achieved. This is according to Jeremy
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), has put together guidelines for the use of Television White Spaces (TVWS) to benefit rural broadband connectivity in Nigeria.
Focus shifts to ‘meaningful universal connectivity’ to drive global development Traditional approaches to driving internet network roll-out and uptake are failing to reach the
Despite the growth in mobile and internet subscriptions in the country, a wide gap still exist with communities of unserved and underserved begging for