Experts from the Ericsson Communications Company are discussing changes in the use of technology to address emerging issues and to ensure that Africa has a better future.
Talks will begin at the AfricaCom Technology Festival virtually from 9 to 12 November 2020.
In these discussions, Ericsson focuses on the role of communication in strengthening the future of Africa’s technology for the betterment of human life.
As part of the keynote address, Ericsson will explain Africa’s opportunities, especially in technology, how broadband will accelerate services in Africa, the development and vision of 5G in Africa, and more about the use of technology. in order to speed up service delivery.
Ericsson will also be talking about the UNICEF program with the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) to connect schools, emphasizing that access to the Internet in education is important for today’s youth.
Africa is home to more than a billion people and is expected to grow in the coming years. And the continent with the fastest growing economy.
ICT is important for Africa’s development and the provision of ICT services and internet connectivity will play a key role in achieving sustainable development on the African continent.
Ericsson is delighted to be participating in this year’s AfricaCom as part of its #AfricaInMotion campaign and its quest for Africa’s Development through the Use of Technology.
Some of Ericsson’s leaders in the campaign are: Nora Wahby, director of Ericsson-West Africa and Morocco; and Todd Ashton, Vice President and CEO of Ericsson in South and East Africa.