Nigeria’s $77 billion telecommunications sector, which currently houses 34,862 towers, 127,294 Base Transceiver Stations (BTS) and 96,198km fibre optics, is endangered as a result of the absence of laws backing infrastructure safety and deployment.
The federal Government’s plan to have an inclusive information and communications technology (ICT) sector, enhance the digital economy and see more contributions of the industry to Nigeria’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) may be hampered by the refusal of states ....
Nigeria is set to play host to 54 African nations and other continental Internet governance stakeholders at the 2023 Africa Internet Governance Forum (AfIGF 2023) in Abuja from September 18 to 21. This year’s event, the 12th edition of the yearly forum, is being hosted by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) on behalf of the…
Further expansion of telecommunications services would be hindered significantly by the inability of the players to secure foreign exchange to upgrade current infrastructure and deploy new ones
Global communications infrastructure provider, Zayo Group Holdings Inc., in its yearly Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) report, has disclosed that the global landscape of increasing digitisation, political unrest and the emergence of widespread adoption of work-from-home have contributed to an increase in DDoS attacks, which jumped 200 per cent in the half year 2023 compared…
MTN Group has restated its commitment to Nigeria’s development.The Group Chief Executive Officer and President, Ralph Mupita, stated this when he met with the Vice President of Nigeria, Sen. Kashim Shettima, on the sidelines of the BRICS ....
Airtel Africa, a provider of telecommunications and mobile money services with presence in 14 countries across Africa, has reaffirmed its commitment to drive the digitalisation of the continent to unlock new opportunities and promote inclusive, sustainable growth.
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is set to showcase achievements recorded in the promotion of indigenous content in the telecommunications sector at the second edition of the Nigerian Telecommunications Indigenous Content Expo (NTICE 2023), to be held in Lagos from August 22-24, 2023.
Good customer experience, high bandwidth capacity, network reliability, resiliency and improved quality of service delivery are some of the demands on telecommunications network operators in Nigeria and other parts of the globe.
Experts in the telecoms sector have developed highly secured networks and firewalls in order to address cybersecurity cases in the country.
Availability of radio frequency spectrum resources in sufficient quantities is critical for the socio-economic development of Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya and the African region.
In response to the removal of fuel subsidies in Nigeria, New Waves Eco-Systems has offered Konn3ct, its virtual meeting platform, as an engagement palliative solution for individuals, businesses and educational institutions to adapt and thrive in the changing times.