Posts tagged as Alcatel-Lucent

Telecoms in Africa – February 2014

Compiled by Matthew White Monopolies “stalling modernisation of many African economies” African telecoms analyst Russell Southwood has warned that state-owned telecom operators, which typically have monopoly privileges, stand in the way of economic development by keeping prices high. Almost without exception, he says, they are poorly run, and the quality of infrastructure and service they […]

Building an ultra-broad-band wireless internet

YooMee Africa, a wireless broadband operator in Cameroon, owns licenses in several countries on the African continent, and will use Alcatel-Lucent equipment when expanding as its main partner. Alcatel-Lucent will enable YooMee Africa to expand into new African markets by offering TDD LTE ultra-broadband wireless access.  YooMee – previously known as 4G Africa – provides […]