Category: Africa and the Middle East II 2002
Theme: Finding the way hard decision for African Telecommunications
The growth in data transmission, together with the exponential rise in video and images in general, and the tendency to funnel more through fewer, converged, networks are largely fuelling the need for greater broadband capacity and speed. Not so long ago, we looked to universal telephony as a goal all nations should strive for to meet the needs of their citizens. Today, the growth of the Information Society has raised the bar; universal access to broadband is now the goal - indeed the necessary pre-condition – for digital, economic and social inclusion. This has stretched the resources of governments, service providers, equipment suppliers, businesses and all others involved in the provision and use of broadband.
Issue: Africa and the Middle East II 2002 Article no.: 3 Topic: Developing a free market economy: the way forward for mobile telecoms in Africa Author: Olivier Suinat and Ross Swarts Title: General Manager and Telecoms Account...Read More
Issue: Africa and the Middle East II 2002 Article no.: 5 Topic: Emerging Communication Technologies – Opportunities for Africa Author: Patrick Omutia Title: Not available Organisation: Kenya College of Communications...Read More
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