Communications Africa weekly digest - 5th - 9th June

j cadmus Flickr for CAF 307(Image source: j cadmus/Flickr)Here is a brief overview of the week’s news on Communications Africa, from 5th-9th June 2017

Global IP selects SkyVision to supply 39 countries and more than 800 million people with 11 gateway stations

The contract is valued at tens of millions of US dollars to build and maintain the ground infrastructure of 11 Ka-band gateway stations in different European teleports for Global IP’s GiSat-1 satellite network. Click to read the full story.

PayU moves to connect businesses to N200bn online payment market

PayU has rolled out strategies to intensify efforts to connect businesses to Nigeria’s online payment market. Click to read the full story.

Konnect Africa set to reshape the satellite broadband industry

With products aligned with the preferences and habits of end-users, Konnect Africa is pushing forward with a double objective: to be a partner of choice on the continent and to demonstrate how satellite technology is the most relevant solution at this moment in time for unlocking access to the Internet in Africa. Click to read the full story.

Datacloud Europe discusses challenges facing the African data centre market

Datacloud Europe is taking place at the Grimaldi Forum in Monte Carlo, Monaco with a special colocated summit, 'Invest in Africa's Data Centres'. Click to read the full story.

MainOne CEO nominated as top EMEA influencer at DataCloud Europe

MainOne's Chief Executive Officer, Ms. Funke Opeke was nominated as one of 50 top influencers transforming the data center and cloud landscape in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Click to read the full story.

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