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As of September 2013, less than 6% of African mobile network traffic is devoted to video. But, the share of video data is expected to grow faster than in any other region…ever.
A recent ITU report examines global ICT development, the cost of broadband, and how youth are driving internet usage. We’ve broken out how trends apply to African countries.
Part two of this week’s African tech news round-up consists of 30 stories about how technology is changing Africa.
Highlights from the LTE Africa conference held in July 2013 include statistics, outlook, and recommendations for industry players.
The presence of a national broadband plan equates to a 2.5% increase in fixed broadband penetration (7.4% in mobile). African nations should consider updating or creating new plans.
Current Internet happenings in Burkina Faso include advanced 3G networks and ICT training.