MainOne says will become largest internet hub in West Africa with Open-Connect Service
MainOne, a telecom company said it planned to become largest internet hub in West Africa with Open-Connect Service.Mrs Funke Opeke, the Chief Executive Officer of MainOne made the disclosure in a statement issued on Monday in its website in Abuja.
Ilorin as next destination for digital switchover
The people of Ilorin, Kwara State and its environment, are in for better television viewing experience as the Federal Government is set to launch its digital switchover that will culminate in the effective take-off of the Integrated Television Services....
NCC to license 5 infrastructure coys in July, says Danbatta
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) said on Sunday it would license the remaining five Infrastructure Companies (InfraCos) awaiting permit by July.Prof. Umar Danbatta, Executive Vice Chairman, NCC, made this known to newsmen at the Tell Communications Ltd. Awards, 2016, held in Lagos.
ICT expert urges government to collaborate in fight against cybercrimes
Mr Felix Idowu, an ICT expert has urged the government to collaborate more with stakeholders in the private sector to fight cybercrimes and curbed the frequent cases of internet fraud.
Reddit said to be raising funds valuing startup at $1.7 billion
Reddit is one of the few relics of the mid-2000s internet that has not only survived but thrived in recent years. Now venture capitalists are giving a major boost to the link-sharing website...
Amazon deal seen as disruptor of grocery business
Amazon's deal to buy Whole Foods Market injects even greater pressure into the food and grocery sectors at a time when e-commerce is already roiling retailers.
‘Data is the currency of the future and that future is now’
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Nigeria needs 32m STB for digital switch over – NBC
The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) says the country needs 32 million Set Top Box (STB) for it to switch from analogue to digital terrestrial broadcasting.