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Connecting the Next Billion

Internet connectivity is a critical accelerator of socio-economic development across the continent. Bridging the digital divide and connecting the unconnected is a key priority for the UN, the wider international community, African governments, businesses and people.

Join MNOs and ISPs, global tech giants, rural and remote access solutions providers and digital inclusion experts to tackle issues including availability, affordability and applicability. Explore business and partnership models that make rural connectivity more financially viable, learn about innovative technologies designed to increase connectivity and discuss the role of policymakers and regulators in creating an enabling environment to support Africa’s connectivity champions.

Digital Infrastructure Investment Africa

Uniting Africa’s connectivity champions, Digital Infrastructure Investment will focus on the foundations of digital connectivity across the continent and explore investment opportunities, partnership models, market developments, technology advances and evolving regulatory conditions.

Whether your interest is fiber, satellites, towers, data centres, or ICT policy, this is the place to learn, do business and meet everybody who is anybody in African digital infrastructure. With significant growth forecasted, driven by Africa’s rapidly accelerating digital transformation, now is the time to be part of the conversation.

Service Provider Technology

Equipping telcos for the 4IR. 

In an age of digital disruption, service providers are investing in new technologies to enable the delivery of new consumer and enterprise services. Such investments are happening in a context of new business model exploration, new customer engagement strategies and shifting competitive landscapes. From the transition from hardware to virtual, software-based systems, to balancing investment in legacy network infrastructure with investment in new network technologies, to digital service provider models and strategies, to the impact of emerging technologies like AI and IoT, service providers are facing tough strategic and technical decisions. Attend this new track at AfricaCom to get the latest on technology priorities, adoption and spending trends and practical implementation.