Internet solutions unveils aggregated cloud portal
Internet services provider Internet Solutions has introduced SkyLight, a service which the company said is the “first aggregated cloud services portal” of its kind.
Digital migration in broadcasting irreversible, unstoppable – Minister
Digital migration in broadcasting is irreversible and unstoppable, hence Nigeria and indeed the entire African continent must join the global digitalization train ...
FG set to counter Iillegal broadcast
The Federal Government is set to rehabilitate all International Radio Monitoring Stations (IRMS) across the country as a move to counter seditious broadcast by rebellious groups ...
NCC seeks Reps’ cooperation on telecoms regulations
Specifically, the Executive Vice Chairman of the Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta, called for more cooperation and understanding of members of the House of Representatives on regulatory functions of the commission.
ASUS launches ZenFone Max smartphone in Nigeria
ASUS has launched its latest flagship ZenFone Max to the Nigerian smart phone market.The product which is already gaining market attention armed itself with an incredibly-long-lasting, high-capacity 5000mAh capacity...
TD names Etukudoh MD, announces other appointments
The Board of Directors of Technology Distributions Ltd., (TD), foremost ICT distributors in the West African sub-region, has announced the appointment of Etiene Etukudoh...
Nigeria drops in IPv6 visibility on internet
Nigeria has dropped in the ranking of telecommunications networks that are currently using internet protocol version 6 (IPv6), the latest communications protocol, compared to last year’s ranking, Nigeria CommunicationsWeek has learnt.
NCC to wield big stick over corporate governance code
Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) said it will now bark and bite if any telecommunications company operating in the country fails to embrace the Corporate Governance Code for the industry.
Teniola, ATCON president counsels FG on ICT for wealth creation
Mr Olusola Teniola, president of the Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON), has proposed interventions and solutions adoptable by the Federal Government as means to leverage information and communication technologies