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ITU Telecom World 2018

Wednesday, 12 September

   

Wireless technologies for Africa

Connecting Africa means connecting locally, and it means connecting in rural and remote regions. But even with an array of technologies new and old – including fixed, wireless, and satellite networks such as high...

Ghana Day

Ghana Day was celebrated in style at the Ghana Pavilion with a happy crowd enjoying food and drink and the presentations from government, regulatory and industry representatives.  Initiatives supporting e-government and digital education were in...

Digital innovation ecosystems: the key to Industry 4.0

Innovation is the key enabler for accelerating digital transformation and realising the fourth digital revolution, with all the tremendous benefits it promises countries around the world. But what is the fourth digital revolution, is it...

Taking agriculture digital at ITU Telecom World 2018

Local solutions to local problems means taking agriculture digital in Africa and many parts of the developing world. The variety of innovative digital apps and solutions on display here addressing the needs of smallholders, farmers and the...

SMEs Roundtable: Growth opportunities and challenges

The main challenges facing start-ups, the importance of global Awards programmes, such as the ITU Telecom World Awards, and the role of governments were among the key areas discussed by a diverse panel, spanning the full SME ecosystem, ably moderated...

Partnerships forged at ITU Telecom World 2018

Taking advantage of the global platform and audience which the event offers, a number of companies took the occasion to conclude MoUs (Memorandum of Understandings).  An MoU was signed between CSAIA (China Satellite Application Industry Association) and ICDO (International Civil Defence Organization), in...

Executive Interviews

   

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