Poor economy may hinder 30% broadband target
Nigeria’s hope of attaining 30 per cent broadband penetration by the end of this year is under threat...
‘Nigeria needs cheaper 4G handsets to deepen broadband penetration’
Nigeria’s quest to meet and surpass the 30 per cent broadband penetration target set for 2018, would among others, require the adoption of cheaper but stronger 4G/LTE and VOLTE handsets. Spectranet, which gave this advice, noted that in India, one of the operators, Reliance Jio, actually pioneered this revolution, which enabled it to garner…
Ericsson urges FG to pay attention to mobility, broadband & cloud
Rutger Reman, newly appointed as the vice president, head, Customer Unit and managing director, Ericsson Nigeria, has urged the federal government to Nigeria to pay attention to the three transformative technologies that...
Experts seek clear policy for broadband penetration
According to them, the major problem in broadband penetration especially taking bandwidth to the hinterland is availability of affordable transmission link which is today mainly provided by GSM operators.
Government licenced six slots to broaden broadband penetration, says Shittu
Minister of Communications, Mr. Abdur-Raheem Adebayo Shittu, who disclosed these at the opening of the 4th National Council on Communications Technology in Kaduna, said though broadband penetration in Nigeria has reached...
Firm trains startups on social, digital media
Hinging on a statistic that, an average person spends about four to six hours online daily scrolling, double clicking, tweeting, facebooking and a whole lot of other things, the bodies believe the opportunity remains immense.
Pushing broadband penetration through InfraCos
The Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is the most transformative innovation of our present generation and its development, even from the earliest days, has benefited from close partnership between government and various private sector companies....
ATCON urges more focus on deepening broadband penetration
The Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) has again appealed to the Federal Government to look into deepening broadband penetration in the country.