If you follow communication infrastructure in Africa, you would be forgiven if you have begun to think of LTE as the promised land.
In the previous article, I looked at the merits of licensed vs.
In part one of this series on Spectrum 2.0, I highlighte
Electromagnetic spectrum is the crude oil of last-mile connectivity, especially in Africa where more traditional kinds of last-mile communication infrastructure are not especially well-d
Attendees look on at the opening ceremony for BarCamp Yangon 2013. Photo: Mark Summer
Here’s a recap of my panel talk at the Engineers Without Borders, Canada, Annual Policy Forum. (A summary of the wider discussions on Open Government and Community and Economic Development at the Forum is here)
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