The race is on to build the networks of the future, with extensive activity in both the fixed and wireless network markets occurring across Africa. With the demand for data increasing significantly each year, network builders need to consider where, how and when to make their investments and into what types of technologies.
BMIT has extensive experience working with the telecommunication providers building the networks of tomorrow around the continent, as well as a strong record of working with governments to draft public policy to help accelerate the access, adoption and usage of broadband internet services.
Topics of Interest
- Fibre Networks
- Wireless Networks
- Provincial Networks
- What kind of broadband adoption will we see in South Africa, and into other African countries?
- What is the best mix of fixed and wireless technologies which are optimally suited to conditions on the African continent?
- What kind of growth in data usage can we expect to see in the next 5 years?
- Who is going to be actively competing in this area, and what are their ambitions and unique value propositions?
- What role does the public sector play in developing broadband networks?
- What type of employment is being generated by network infrastructure development across South Africa?