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MTN Rwanda Taps Ericsson to Deploy New Operations Centre

MTN Rwanda has selected its longtime partner, Ericsson, to deploy a Network Operations Centre (NOC). The five-year contract will support MTN Rwanda to focus on enhancing consumer experience through Ericsson’s Managed Services solution that will deliver an automation-driven Information...

Nearly Half of SSA Consumers Are Using Mobile Money Services – Ericsson

A major new consumer and market insight report from multinational networking and telecommunications firm Ericsson titled Mobile Financial Services on the Rise reveals that nearly half of all consumers in Sub-Saharan Africa use mobile financial services in 2021 –...

Safaricom Partners with Ericsson to Provide Gbps Backhaul Capacity in Kenya

Safaricom has chosen Ericsson to supply microwave solutions based on the E-band platform to achieve multi Gbps backhaul capacity for mobile broadband nationwide coverage in Kenya. The solution – MINI-LINK 6352 – is expected to offer high capacity, efficient use...

Ericsson Appoints New VP and Head of People for MEA

Ericsson has appointed Sena Erten as Vice President and Head of People of Ericsson Middle East and Africa. In her new role, Erten is expected to guide the business towards a world-class employee experience that is people-centred, adopting the latest...

Airtel and Ericsson Partner to Modernise Kenya’s 4G Network

Airtel has partnered with Ericsson to modernize its 4G network in Kenya. The telco signed a deal in August 2020 to enhance the quality of voice and data - this is expected to be done by leveraging Ericsson’s Radio...

Demand for Data in Africa is Increasing, Here’s How

Africa has become home to over a billion people and the population is expected to grow in the coming years. The Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector is essential for Africa’s development and adequate ICT service deployment and digital...

Ericsson Launches a Digital Learning Programme for Students

In response to how the global COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted education and learning around the world, Ericsson has joined the UNESCO-led Global Education Coalition by launching Ericsson Educate - a digital programme delivering online learning content focused on improving...

Is Technology Africa’s Biggest Undiscovered Gold Mine?

Technology has the potential to fundamentally transform societies. Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and broadband are becoming central to the societal developments around the world – enabling rapid improvements to industrial production and societal services, positively influencing the way...

Ericsson Appoints New Head of South and East Africa

Ericsson has announced the appointment of Todd Ashton as the Vice President and Head of Ericsson South & East Africa. Prior to assuming this role, Ashton served as the Head of Ericsson Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh and Global...

Rural areas can and must be connected in Africa

Information and Communication Technologies can enhance rural communities opportunities in Africa by improving their access to market information. For digital transformation to truly be a meaningful success, and the benefits of the Fourth Industrial Revolution to genuinely take hold,...
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How Are Smart Contracts Transforming Financial Transactions?

In the dynamic landscape of financial technology, smart contracts emerge as a transformative force. These self-executing contracts, with terms...
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