It is unclear whether Nigeria’s ICT sector and its telecommunications industry is ready to roll out 5G technology and operators are remaining silent regarding this issue.
US digital services company Google announces the upcoming deployment of a new underwater fiber optic system between Africa and Europe. The new telecom infrastructure Equiano will enable Google to strengthen its global offering of connectivity services for businesses and individuals.
Releasing 5G mmWave capacity is expected to boost the global economy valued at $565 billion, says the GSM Association (GSMA). This figure will represent 2.9% of global GDP growth by 2034.
The money transfer business is personal for Ismail Ahmed. It was cash wired by his family that allowed him to make the final leg of his journey from escaping fighting in his native Somaliland to London in 1988 to take up a university scholarship.
A report commissioned by Kenya's blockchain and Artificial Intelligence (AI) taskforce has called upon the government to apply these technologies in the fight against corruption and ensure transparent transactions within governmental institutions.
Most of Ethiopia was without internet access for eight consecutive days of an unexplained break.
Starting 2019 till this day, Egypt has been reaching various European and Asian countries to strengthen its expertise in artificial intelligence, a technology that is booming thanks to the development of very high speed connectivity.
Landline internet connections were down across Khartoum, creating a digital blackout in the Sudanese capital a week after mobile online services were largely cut following a deadly crackdown on protesters.
Tata Communications Transformation Services (TCTS), a global leader in transformative business operations and managed network services and a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Communications Limited, announced the launch of its pioneering Skill Africa Program, in association with the Smart Africa Alliance. The revolutionary program will address the skills shortage in the technological industry and chart the way for the future of telecoms and IT infrastructure in Africa.
BICS, a leading international communications enabler, and Flickswitch, an African mobile network service provider, have announced a partnership to accelerate the deployment of the Internet of Things (IoT) in Africa. As a result of the collaboration, enterprises will benefit from extensive, seamless and affordable connectivity for their IoT projects in the region, and across international borders using multi-network SIM cards, over BICS’ fully-owned and leading IPX network.