Extensia in partnership with The Ministry of Information, Communication and Information Technology, The Tanzanian Information and Communication Technology Commission and other key stakeholders are pleased to announce the 6th annual C2C Summit due to be held in Tanzania between the 7th and 8th of September 2022.
We are inviting up to 300 VIPs including Ministers/ Policy Makers, Regulators, Service Providers, Investors and Solution Providers to join us in driving Africa’s connectivity agenda, linking up national broadband agendas to drive country to country broadband connectivity across Africa, from Coast to Coast. Linking land-locked countries with the under-sea cables along the coasts of Africa.
IAD DCS attracts the usual high caliber of attendee, synonymous with the IAD summit series. Attendance restricted to senior decision makers from across Africa, who play a key role in the digital transformation of their country.
IAD 2021 acknowledges the fact that Africa is a diverse continent of nations at different stages of ICT maturity. ICT maturity rankings are a measurement for how well a country is progressing and a benchmark for how they are performing alongside their neighbors.
IAD 2019 acknowledges the fact that Africa is a diverse continent of nations at different stages of ICT maturity. ICT maturity rankings are a measurement for how well a country is progressing and a benchmark for how they are performing alongside their neighbors.
From 2G to 5G, Fibre to LTE, High-Throughput Satellite to C-Band Satellite, Virtualised Networks and everything in between, network connectivity is available in Africa but choosing the right coverage for the right environment is the key to success.
As we continue along the path to a Digital Africa, ICT service providers, government agencies and large enterprises.
Africa needs more Digital Infrastructure to feed the increasing demands for Digital Services. Africa needs More reliable Digital Infrastructure to accommodate the exciting Digital Opportunity that the continent currently faces.
The biggest challenge to providing universal access to socio-economic development in Africa is in providing people with affordable, reliable and ubiquitous access to ICT.