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5G for Telecom Operators, not consumers

5G is for the benefit of telecomm operators, not us as consumers

By Digital cooperation, Digital divide, Digital inclusion, Mobile NetworksNo Comments

this article is a translation from https://titan.uio.no/teknologi/2020/5g-nettet-er-til-fordel-teleoperatorene-ikke-forbrukerne, created by Bjarne Røsjø, 29Apr2020 in Norwegian Professor Josef Noll, who helped develop the 3G network, is very critical with respect to 5G: «Designed to increase telecom operators’ revenues», he says. Professor Josef Noll at UiO’s Institute of…

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MoU signed with Rotary Club Rotario Distrito 4400 Ecuador

By Digital inclusion, Internet access, Partners, School connectivityNo Comments

The Rotary Club Rotario Distrito 4400 and Basic Internet Foundation signed a Memorandum of Understanding on the 3rd of June 2020. The Rotary International Distrito 4400 is part of an international service organization whose stated purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order toprovide humanitarian service and to…

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MoU signed with Africa Higher Education Research Institute(AHERI)

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The Africa Higher Education Research Institute (AHERI) and Basic Internet Foundation signed a Memorandum of Understanding on the 13th of December 2019. AHERI is a non-governmental organisation an affiliate of Community Initiative Support Services (CISS) whose objectives is to promote and support networking among higher…

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