‘5G would not be approved until recommended by experts’
The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Ibrahim Pantami, has said the report on the initial trial of the 5G technology in Nigeria would not be concluded until recommendations from stakeholders in key sectors are reviewed.
FG scratches surface as NIPOST suffocates under pressures
Federal government recently said it will carve out three subsidiary companies out of the Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST) with the hopes of turning around the fortunes of the tottering giant.
GSMA sees 5G stand alone as reality
The GSMA convened pioneers in 5G to develop a guidelines document that provides technological, spectrum and regulatory support to operators in the deployment of 5G Stand Alone (5G SA) Option 2.
CPN claims 5G technology is safe, viable for economic growth
Computer Professionals, Registration Council of Nigeria (CPN), has said that Fifth Generation (5G) technology is safe and very viable to transform the economy.
Nigeria to launch new satellite to replace NigeriaSat-2
Nigeria Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA) has announced that the country is working on launching a new satellite to replace NigeriaSat-2.
Experts seek technology adoption for manufacturing sector
Worried by lack of automated processes in the manufacturing sector of the country, technology experts have advocated for a collaborative approach in ensuring that the sector
History as Nigerian firm develops rapid trace to tackle COVID-19
Rapid Trace, an innovative mobile app, key to the fight against coronavirus (COVID-19) has been developed by Cadnetwork Enterprise, a fledgling Nigerian firm.
Lack of IPv6 upstream service providers frustrate uptake in Nigeria
The quest for more Tier-3 networks to migrate to Internet Protocol version 6, IPv6, is being frustrated by inability of some Tier-2 internet service providers also known as upstream service...