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Madagascar

US$55.6 million, 2018 China Investment in Madagascar  

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Reliance Jio gets into the video conferencing game By Scott Bicheno

“ Disruptive Indian telco Jio aspires to be much more than just a dumb pipe and its decision to launch its own video conferencing service is consistent with that ambition. But what makes them different from others? .  READ MORE >

Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 6E: better, faster, more By Gino Dion

“ Wi-Fi 6 delivers low latency via “orthogonal frequency division multiple access” (OFDMA). This allows the Wi-Fi access point to communicate to multiple devices simultaneously by assigning them small chunks of spectrum called “Resource Units” (RUs). This allocation and process is highly dynamic and flexible. So what’s different about Wi-Fi 6E? .  READ MORE >

5G NR reliable, real-time communication could save lives By Jingya Li, Keerthi Kumar Nagalapur, Peter Hammarberg & Senay Negusse

“ 5G doesn’t just mean faster connection. Here;s how 5G could be key for mission critical situations.  READ MORE >

Telecom – an essential utility? Part 2 By Yana Persky

“ During the COVID-19 crisis, internet access has become a lifeline for a third of the global population on lockdown. But what about the hundreds of millions of people unable to access the internet and take advantage of today’s technologies? “ . READ MORE >

The well-kept secret of 2G-3G-4G-5G Dynamic Spectrum Sharing By Harry Kuosa

“ Does launching nationwide 5G coverage with spectrum currently used for 4G sound attractive? And all with a simple upgrade to your network software? ”. READ MORE >

5G pushes importance of first-mover advantages to new levels By Peter Linder

“ In the 4G era, there was a choice between being a first mover and being a follower. For 5G, the bias has shifted to a market where first-mover advantages rule. Businesses see first-mover advantages as the most important strategic priority for 5G, with narrow windows to target for leadership. “.READ MORE >

Selecting the right strengths to build extraordinary 5G radio access networks By Jason Elliott

In designing, building and operating a 5G network, service providers must balance their investments in the existing network as they begin to deploy 5G. Find out some of the key points to creating a strong radio access network.READ MORE >

Telecom – an essential utility? Part 1 By Dudy Cohen

The COVID-19 crisis has made it very clear that telecom has become a lifeline. Find out when it really became an essential utility?. READ MORE >

Accelerating 5G vRAN: The Case for GPUs By Mathias Riback and Dag Lindbo

Ericsson has been prototyping designs for a virtualized NR baseband distributed unit using COTS hardware incorporating acceleration using GPUs. READ MORE >

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Niger

2019 GDP $9.50 billion, compare to  2018 GDP per Capita $414, a 10.14% increase from 2017

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Haiti

2019 WHO participation US Funding $1,617,652. Supporting the National Plan for the Elimination of Cholera in Haiti 

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Cameroon

US$500M contract by Sinomach in the transportation industry…

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Reliance Jio gets into the video conferencing game By Scott Bicheno

“ Disruptive Indian telco Jio aspires to be much more than just a dumb pipe and its decision to launch its own video conferencing service is consistent with that ambition. But what makes them different from others? .  READ MORE >

Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 6E: better, faster, more By Gino Dion

“ Wi-Fi 6 delivers low latency via “orthogonal frequency division multiple access” (OFDMA). This allows the Wi-Fi access point to communicate to multiple devices simultaneously by assigning them small chunks of spectrum called “Resource Units” (RUs). This allocation and process is highly dynamic and flexible. So what’s different about Wi-Fi 6E? .  READ MORE >

5G NR reliable, real-time communication could save lives By Jingya Li, Keerthi Kumar Nagalapur, Peter Hammarberg & Senay Negusse

“ 5G doesn’t just mean faster connection. Here;s how 5G could be key for mission critical situations.  READ MORE >

Telecom – an essential utility? Part 2 By Yana Persky

“ During the COVID-19 crisis, internet access has become a lifeline for a third of the global population on lockdown. But what about the hundreds of millions of people unable to access the internet and take advantage of today’s technologies? “ ”. READ MORE >

The well-kept secret of 2G-3G-4G-5G Dynamic Spectrum Sharing By Harry Kuosa

“ Does launching nationwide 5G coverage with spectrum currently used for 4G sound attractive? And all with a simple upgrade to your network software? ”. READ MORE >

5G pushes importance of first-mover advantages to new levels By Peter Linder

“ In the 4G era, there was a choice between being a first mover and being a follower. For 5G, the bias has shifted to a market where first-mover advantages rule. Businesses see first-mover advantages as the most important strategic priority for 5G, with narrow windows to target for leadership. “.READ MORE >

Selecting the right strengths to build extraordinary 5G radio access networks By Jason Elliott

In designing, building and operating a 5G network, service providers must balance their investments in the existing network as they begin to deploy 5G. Find out some of the key points to creating a strong radio access network.READ MORE >

Telecom – an essential utility? Part 1 By Dudy Cohen

The COVID-19 crisis has made it very clear that telecom has become a lifeline. Find out when it really became an essential utility?. READ MORE >

Accelerating 5G vRAN: The Case for GPUs By Mathias Riback and Dag Lindbo

Ericsson has been prototyping designs for a virtualized NR baseband distributed unit using COTS hardware incorporating acceleration using GPUs. READ MORE >

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