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Saturday, 16 August 2008

Weekend Read (Case for "Open Access")

"A person living in Europe or North America has access to 570 more bits (smallest unit of computer memory) of bandwidth than someone living in Africa".
Just one of the many fascinating facts you will read from the APC report below that argues for wider liberalisation of telecommunications markets in Africa.


  1. Fibre optic cables for Africa:

  2. High rate of internet growth in Africa. That should reduce the possible future problem of excess capacity mentioned in previous BBC article.


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