By Juliet Umeh Global provider of market intelligence and advisory services for information technology, International Data Corporation, IDC, has projected that telecom spending is expected to decline by 0.8 percent in 2020 worldwide when compared to 0.5 per cent growth last year. According to the company’s March 2020 finding, “Carriers will continue to invest inRead
In moments of ruins and comprehensive catastrophe, certain images emerge to flash some hope of man’s capacity to resist turbulence and shine forth encouraging illuminations for humanity.
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Indigenous meter asset provider, Armese Power Solutions, Tuesday, said it has appointed a geologist and a financial expert, Mr. Fred Harry, as Chief Executive Officer of the company.
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By Moses Nosike The COVID-19 pandemic sweeping across the globe has affected economies and businesses in the ICT industry, leading to uncertainties, unemployment, cost increase and operational difficulties and more. Chief Operating Officer of Infravision, a telecommunications service provider, Arinze Chukwudile in this interview with Nosike Moses reveals the efforts of his organization to remainRead
By Okoh Aihe Twin evils in the telecommunications industry are regulatory capture and multiple taxations. Even in developed economies, they constitute a major bogey and operators are frenetic when the phrases are thrown about. This explains why organisers of global telecommunications events like the ITU World and the Mobile World Congress, among others, would usuallyRead More
When the International Telecommunications Union, ITU carried out a study on Africa and declared that a 10 percent broadband penetration would result in an increase of 2.5 percent of GDP per capita, the federal government, moved immediately to cash-in on it to create a robust economy on the backbone of technology development.
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The Lagos State Fire Service (LSFS) has averted another fire outbreak from a 45,000 litres petrol-laden articulated vehicle along Lagos State University (LASU), Igando Express Way, Village Bus Stop, Lagos.
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