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ITU allocates radio spectrum for global flight tracking

The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) 2015 World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-15) holding in Geneva has reached agreement on the allocation of radiofrequency spectrum for global flight tracking in civil aviation, in a decision taken following the disappearance and tragic loss of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 in March 2014. According to ITU, the frequency band 1087.7-1092.3 MHz […]

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INTERPOL’s e-police information system spreads dragnet over West Africa

INTERPOL has launched the first national electronic police information system for West African nations in Ghana, under a plan to better secure the sub-region. The system was implemented in collaboration with the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and with funding by the European Union (EU), INTERPOL says. According to INTERPOL, the launch ceremony […]

Right of way: ATCON wants more states to adopt uniform pricing like Ekiti, Imo

CEO: Etisalat Nigeria gained market leadership with mobile Internet

Matthew Willsher, CEO of Etisalat Nigeria, has said the mobile phone company landed its local market success through a strong focus on Mobile Internet that was driven by “real thirst and hunger for connectivity” of Nigerian consumers. It is a veritable success story for the Nigeria’s fifth GSM network operator and mobile telephony market’s late […]

Right of way: ATCON wants more states to adopt uniform pricing like Ekiti, Imo

GSM Capital: How Ericsson’s millionth base station went live in Nigeria

Ericsson said back in 2007 that it delivered its millionth GSM base station in Nigeria in a period that saw the nation riding the crest of the mobile telephony revolution. The shipment marks a milestone for the GSM technology that, since its introduction in 1991, has connected more than 2.3 billion users, Ericsson said at […]

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