Banks risk exclusion from 4IR over low IPv6 adoption
As Nigeria is aiming to remain competitive in the emerging fourth industrial revolution, experts have identified slow adoption of internet protocol version six (IPv6) by mobile operators as a hindrance to achieving this objective.
Technical know-how frustrates migration Nigeria internet content home
Lack of technical know-how is said to be frustrating some Nigerian companies from migrating their Nigerian internet content home, Nigeria CommunicationsWeekhas learnt.
Operators say funding, others hamper ICT development in Nigeria
Telecommunications operators in the country have said that funding is the biggest challenge they face in their efforts to ensure increased access and affordability of telecommunications services in the country.
Mobile drives payment as instant pay users hit 11m
There are indications that the country’s electronic payments ecosystem is today driven by mobile means of communications as the number of Instant Pay users in the system is put at 11million...
Global internet content provider, distribution network eye Nigeria
Internet content in Nigeria is set to receive a boost as one of the world biggest internet content providers and the biggest content distribution network have concluded arrangement to launch their services in the country, Nigeria CommunicationsWeek has learnt.
Networks to face difficulties on Internet as IPV4 runs out
AFRINIC the only manager of Internet number resources in Africa had announced that its remaining IPV4 is now on its last block which consists of only 16 million IP address and could be exhausted very soon.
Stakeholders make case for local internet content hosting
Stakeholders in the internet administration ecosystem have advocated for an improved hosting of local internet content in the country as a way of developing the sector.
Networks risk compatibility issues as Ipv$ Runs dry
Networks that are not available on both IPv4 and IPv6 risk experiencing compatibility issues when all global networks have fully migrated to IPv6.According to Mohammed Rudman, chairman, IPv6 Council Nigeria, ‘ IPv4 and IPv6 are not directly compatible.