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Uganda’s broadband access to the Internet stands at a miserable 16.79% of the population, according to African internet Statistics, a tracking company. Even for those able to go online, inadequate or nonexistent relevant infrastructure often slow down connections. It is these challenges that the Google project link launched Thursday evening hopes to rectify. The link will not only improve internet penetration, but also reliable infrastructure such as fiber cables and improved wifi. John Nasasira, the minister for ICT acknowledged the role the sector is playing in the country’s development. He called for more public private partnerships to speed up connections and improve access to the masses. Soliton Telmec, a network and telecommunication company dealing in optical fiber maintenance and...
High-speed Unlimited Broadband internet service is a Big deal in Africa and Google comes to the rescue of the Consumers by Launching this project to get more people online. Soki Briggs and Allison (@Robinson3d) of Loadedvilla.com discuss this new development in Kampala, Uganda, estimated price of the service and when Google Fiber Optic cables would come running through Nigerian Cities. Related videos: Airtel Nigeria Unlimited Data: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7p20PBT1EX4 Blogger in Nigeria Tag with Allison (Part 1): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FicBvqdpVjc Blogger in Nigeria Tag with Allison (Part 2): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_oUMPPmkKc Leave any questions you might have, suggestions about what you would like to see more on this channel or just ordinary comment below. ...
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This movie is taking Nakivubo Place in Kampala City Uganda. If you can be connected with broadband please enjoy with watching in a big screen by Full HD edition. There are no many vehicles and people because the day of filming is Saturday. This movie is my first upload and testing.
Locals in Uganda have responded positively to a government plan to offer free Internet access. Locals in Kampala have started to tap into hotspots around the city as the government pilots the project in the capital. CCTV'S Isabel Nakirya reports.
American technology giant Google is investing in rolling out high internet speeds in Uganda. It comes as plans are announced to increase internet access in Ghana and Uganda, where the multinational has already launched fiber connections and WiFi Hotspots. For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SABCNewsOnline?lang=en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SABCNewsOnline
February 7 - Solar-powered computers that provide education and health information to communities in rural areas have been named one of Time Magazine's 50 best inventions of the year. Now three years on the devices have Internet connectivity and many other features.
Rwanda is positioning itself as an I-C-T hub and leader in the East African region as well as the continent. By the end of 2015, more than a quarter of the country was connected to the Internet and many government services are available online. But the best example of the country embracing ICT is the free Wi-Fi in many parts of Kigali. CCTV's Uche Okoronkwo tried it out.
Remote areas in Uganda might benefit from unlimited internet connectivity following a satellite internet service provider that joins the Ugandan market. Unlike the current internet service that requires laying underground optic fibre cables, the new internet provider requires setting up a dish and a receiver and is envisaged at resolving the severe shortage of broadband capabilities in the region.
South Africa is considering a merger of state-owned technology companies Broadband Infraco and Sentech. The merger will help accelerate the rollout of high-speed internet to the population, especially those in rural areas, within three years. Broadband Infraco is the country's second-largest fixed-line operator after Telkom South Africa, while Sentech has wireless broadband assets and operates signals for the country's broadcasting companies. The government is pursuing the rationalization of state broadband assets to reduce the duplication of infrastructure and mandates of state-owned companies. This will fast track the expansion of access to modern communications infrastructure and services to more South Africans. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Fac...
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News of Google's investment in high speed internet infrastructure in Uganda's capital, Kampala, has been received with excitement there. Recently, the world's biggest search engine announced a $ 14 million dollar investment in a metropolitan fiber optic network which aims to open up the market and boost internet access levels in Uganda. CCTV's Leon Ssenyange has the details.
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