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Africa and the Middle East 2011 (12)

Africa and the Middle East 2011

Theme: When mobile goes broadband

Mobile broadband is more than a question of bandwidth and speed. With mobile broadband we will all be able to communicate, access, share, research, develop and create information take part in social activities benefit, whenever convenient, from a host of vital services anywhere mobile networks reach world, from any terminal device. The availability of true mobile broadband is still limited in many regions, but it will grow strongly throughout the region in the years to come. Networks infrastructure deployment, affordable terminal devices, relevant local language applications and a concerted push by local service providers will all be needed - and are all coming faster than most of us expected.

When mobile goes broadband in sub-Saharan Africa

Mike Last Issue: AME 2011
Article no.: 3
Topic: When mobile goes broadband in sub-Saharan Africa
Author: Mike Last
Title: Marketing and International Business Development Director
Organisation: West Indian Ocean Cable Company (WIOCC)
PDF size: 298KB

When mobile goes broadband - sharing towers

Andrew Doyle Issue: AME 2011
Article no.: 4
Topic: When mobile goes broadband - sharing towers
Author: Andrew Doyle
Title: Development Director
Organisation: Mott MacDonald
PDF size: 404KB

Mobile broadband data services platforms

Shlomi Tenenberg Issue: AME 2011
Article no.: 6
Topic: Mobile broadband data services platforms
Author: Shlomi Tenenberg
Title: VP, EMEA
Organisation: Radware
PDF size: 271KB

Customer Demand – the Unknown Factor?

Dr Wolfgang Knospe Dr Daniel Henkel Issue: AME 2011
Article no.: 7
Topic: Customer Demand – the Unknown Factor?
Author: Dr Wolfgang Knospe &
Dr Daniel Henkel
Title: Head of Group Radio Access and Transport & Senior Consultant for Product Innovation
Organisation: Detecon International
PDF size: 281KB
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