Infrastructure News


Ghana Telcos Bear Brunt of Fibre Cuts

By Masahudu Kunateh:

Accra — THE Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications has reported an upsurge in the incidents of fibre cuts, a setback that is..

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AfDB to Raise USD 100 Billion for Infrastructure in Africa

By Zheng Zhi

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has set in place plans to raise 100 billion USD over the next two years to fund development of ..

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BringCom Signs $7.3 Million Contract to Provide Fiber Optic Circuit Services to US Agencies in Africa

May 9, 2013 | Satellite Today | Veronica Magan

[Satellite TODAY 05-09-13] BringCom has announced it has been awarded a new multi-year contract b..

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VDSL2 Vectoring in Tunisia

ICT Africa Writer
April 08, 2013

In a recent article on Africa mobile versus wi-line ..

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Algeria: Fiber optic coverage

February 25, 2013
North Africa Post

Algeria will be having nationwide coverage of fiber optic by 2015 according to the minister of Post and In..

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Algerie Government Investing in Fibre Optic Links to Industrial Areas and Technology Parks

ICT Africa Writer
February 19, 2013

When I visited Algeria during the turmoil in Tunisia, an Algerian acquaintance and I drove past a heavily g..

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Taqnya: everybody was talking fibre optics and LTE

By Tom Westcott
Tripoli, 25 January 2013

Taqnya, Libya’s seventh annual Telecommunication and Information Technology Exhibition, ran from the..

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Uganda: MTN to Launch 4G Technology

By Joan Akello, 9 January 2013:

MTN has announced that it has started installing Long Term Evolution (LTE) network, a 'standard for wireless com..

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Rural Fiber Optic Backbone Link, Data Center and Managed Services in Ghana

Ghana is calling for proposal for the deployment of a fiber optic backbone.

The project is design and implementation of a fiberoptic backbone li..

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Dumping of cheap, fake or obsolete telecommunication equipment in Africa

Dumping of cheap, fake or obsolete products in Africa is an age old nightmare that transcends a wide range of industries. The African textile indus..

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