Mobile

Broadband

Business

Education

Web

Statistics

ICT Policy

News

Video

City Profiles

Posts tagged with:

 submarine cables

Industry report shines light on African undersea cables
June 14, 2013 ♦ 4 Comments

A new annual report highlights how undersea fibre optic communication cables (including those reaching African shoes) are important to the global economy.

Visuals from Analysys Mason/Internet Society report highlight the need to lower Internet access barriers
May 13, 2013 ♦ 2 Comments
Visuals from Analysys Mason/Internet Society report highlight the need to lower Internet access barriers

Visuals on Sub-Saharan African broadband prices, international connectivity, and Internet speeds highlight a need to lower access barriers.

3G to launch soon in Djibouti
December 29, 2012 ♦ No Comment
3G to launch soon in Djibouti

Djibouti Telecom and Ericsson announced a contract for 3G networks back in September 2011. Mobile broadband service is finally set to launch in mid-January 2013.

International capacity, submarine cables, and African cross-border bandwidth
October 17, 2012 ♦ No Comment
International capacity, submarine cables, and African cross-border bandwidth

Analysys Mason, a global market intelligence firm, examines African Internet connectivity as of 2012.

Fibre capacity, submarine cables, and African Internet in 2022
October 15, 2012 ♦ One Comment
Fibre capacity, submarine cables, and African Internet in 2022

Liquid Telecom, a fibre operator in Southern Africa, provides a state of the Internet report along with prediction for 2022.

Submarine Telecoms Industry Report shines light on Africa
July 19, 2012 ♦ One Comment

A new annual report highlights how undersea fibre optic communication cables (including those reaching African shoes) are important to the global economy.