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Ghana to get 5G by next year – NCA

Ghana to get 5G by next year – NCA

Ghana News, Science & Technology
The Director General of the National Communications Authority (NCA), Joe Anokye, has revealed that 5G wireless data communication will soon be made available to mobile carriers. He, however, hinted at a policy revision to make this possible. "We have made sure that the spectrum required for five 5G is available. There are few policies that must be made as to exactly how spectrum will be made available. "It is very complicated, because of the way the market is, we don't want to proceed and only one entity will have the capability of acquiring the 5G," he explained. Mr Anokye said this at the 12th R.P Baffour memorial lectures organized by the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi. Mr Anokye again stressed the need for infrastructural boost...
Nokia to axe up to 14,000 jobs to cut costs

Nokia to axe up to 14,000 jobs to cut costs

International, Science & Technology
Finnish telecoms giant Nokia is to axe between 9,000 and 14,000 jobs by the end of 2026 to cut costs. The announcement was made as the company reported a 20% drop in sales between July and September. The company blamed slowing demand for 5G equipment in markets such as North America. It currently has 86,000 employees around the world, and has axed thousands of jobs since 2015. Nokia wants to cut costs by between €800m and €1.2bn (£695m-£1bn) by 2026, it said. Advances in cloud computing and AI will need "significant investments in networks that have vastly improved capabilities", said chief executive Pekka Lundmark. "However, given the uncertain timing of the market recovery, we are now taking decisive action," he said. It said it wanted to "act quickly" by cutting co...
Vodafone teams up with Amazon’s to extend 5G reach to Europe and Africa.

Vodafone teams up with Amazon’s to extend 5G reach to Europe and Africa.

Africa News, International, Science & Technology
Vodafone plans to work with Amazon’s low Earth orbit satellite constellation Project Kuiper to extend the reach of its 4G and 5G telecoms networks in Europe and Africa. The British mobile operator said Project Kuiper’s high-bandwidth, low-latency satellites would be used to connect mobile base stations in remote locations to its core networks, eliminating the need for fibre-based or fixed wireless links. Amazon is preparing to test two prototype satellites in the coming months before starting to deploy production satellites in 2024 for its network, which will compete with Elon Musk’s Starlink, OneWeb and others. Vodafone and Amazon said they would work to roll out Project Kuiper’s high-speed broadband services to under-served communities around the world, and also offer...

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