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Africa Tech 2021

Africa Tech Festival 2021: AfricaCom

Headline Keynotes Panel: Paving the road to a 5G-enabled Africa5G offers vast opportunities, but discussions thus far have largely focussed on the ‘potential’ for businesses and consumers. With more African nations testing the technology (18 as of Feb 2021) that conversation is moving towards practical application

Intelsat Speaker: Hans GeldenhuysDate: 10 November 2021Time: 9:45 am SAST

Panel: […]

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CWIC2021

CWIC2021: Wireless in Digital and Circular Economies

Wireless connectivity has become a foundation for the world economy. While the industry evolves its deployment strategies to maximise adoption across consumer and industrial sectors, government policies are working to secure its contribution to socioeconomics and environmental sustainability.

Intelsat Speaker: Rhys Morgan

Register here: CWIC 2021: Wireless in Digital and Circular Economies (cambridgewireless.co.uk)

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IEEE CTU Summit

IEEE – CTU Summit | Connecting the Unconnected Challenge

The Connecting the Unconnected Summit (3-5 November 2021) will convene experts and thought leaders on the issue of internet connectivity and the digital divide. This multi-day virtual event will feature keynote talks, panels, and more with regulators, multinational companies, start-ups, standards-setting bodies, non-profits and others. The Summit will also serve as an Awards Ceremony for

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Global Connectivity Forum

Global Connectivity Forum

From dense urban centers to the hardest-to-reach places in the world, the demands of business, media, and government operations continue to grow. Connecting the unconnected is no longer a vision, but a reality.This complimentary virtual event will provide in-depth discussions on innovation in technology and services that will help maximize your network efficiencies and drive

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