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______________ The African internet and Telecom summit (Banjul, The Gambia) 5-9 June 2000 ___________________________ The OVERVIEW OF INTERNET DEVELOPPEMENT IN CAMEROON. ______________________________________________

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m melouta mincom momnougui telecom regulatory board njie camtel 07 06 2000

______________The African internet and Telecom summit(Banjul, The Gambia)5-9 June 2000___________________________The OVERVIEW OF INTERNET DEVELOPPEMENT IN CAMEROON

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M.MELOUTA (MinCom), MOMNOUGUI(Telecom.Regulatory Board) NJIE (Camtel). 07/06/2000

the african internet and telecom summit banjul the gambia 5 9 june 2000 introduction
______________The African internet and Telecom summit(Banjul, The Gambia)5-9 June 2000___________________________INTRODUCTION
  • CAMEROON, a triangular shaped country in the Golf of Guinee in central Africa with a large coast in the atlantic ocean.
  • Main towns: Yaounde, Douala, Bafoussam, Bertoua, Garoua, Bamenda, Buea, Ngaoundere, Ebolowa, Maroua.
  • General datas
    • 475,442km2, population estimated to 15 M for 2000
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______________The African internet and Telecom summit(Banjul, The Gambia)5-9 June 2000___________________________OFFICIAL BODIES INVOLVED IN THE DEVELOPPEMENT OF INTERNET

the african internet and telecom summit banjul the gambia 5 9 june 2000 telephone operators
______________The African internet and Telecom summit(Banjul, The Gambia)5-9 June 2000___________________________Telephone operators
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______________The African internet and Telecom summit(Banjul, The Gambia)5-9 June 2000___________________________INFRASTRUCTURE CARATERISTICS

  • 134,000 fixed lines.
  • 94,000 suscribers to fixe telephone
  • 13,500 suscribers to cellular phone(for MOBILIS )
  • And 7,000 for MTN
  • 7,000 suscriber to internet
  • 37 Km of fiber optic links of 140 Mbps (inside the capital city)
  • 17 KM of fiber optic links of 140 Mbps (inside the economic capital)
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______________The African internet and Telecom summit(Banjul, The Gambia)5-9 June 2000___________________________INFRASTRUCTURE CARATERISTICSStatistics coming from Telecomunication Regulatory Board-CameroonNumber of subscribers per operators

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______________The African internet and Telecom summit(Banjul, The Gambia)5-9 June 2000___________________________INFRASTRUCTURE CARATERISTICS (ctn)

      • Inter_urban communications are made trougth 34Mbps links (Yaounde to Douala) in telephony
      • The rest of the country is connected via copper lines at 64Kbps.
  • (data available in 1999)
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______________The African internet and Telecom summit(Banjul, The Gambia)5-9 June 2000__________________________

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______________The African internet and Telecom summit(Banjul, The Gambia)5-9 June 2000__________________________

the african internet and telecom summit banjul the gambia 5 9 june 2000 r egulations
______________The African internet and Telecom summit(Banjul, The Gambia)5-9 June 2000__________________________REGULATIONS
  • The regulations of the internet is at the junction of Telecommunication Regulatory body and the ministry if Communication’s regulation.
  • Both regulations tends to encourage the development of ISPs espacially by creating a segmentation among the different users (Operators, ISP-VSAT.., Telco manufacturers...)
the african internet and telecom summit banjul the gambia 5 9 june 2000 regulation
______________The African internet and Telecom summit(Banjul, The Gambia)5-9 June 2000__________________________REGULATION
  • The creation of a special development fund for the rural areas infrastructure wich is held by the Telecommunication Regulatory Board contribute at the universal access.
  • The TRB has also to set the phonebook and electronic one of all subscribers of Cameroon.
  • TRB set a list of classification of telecommunications activities in Cameroon :
  • Concession regime
  • Autorisation regime
  • Declaration regime
  • Agreement regime
the african internet and telecom summit banjul the gambia 5 9 june 2000 regulation12
______________The African internet and Telecom summit(Banjul, The Gambia)5-9 June 2000__________________________REGULATION
  • The goal of this classification was to regulate accurately new services that combine Telecommunication and computer sciences. As the actual wide project of telecommunication in the world is Internet , many efforts are oriented towards the new services and integrated service Data Network in order to contribute indirectly at the universal access.

We must concretize all these by construct infrastructure of high speed to vehicle all data base also in real time. We have to prepare the wedding of Telecommunication, sciences computer and TV.

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______________The African internet and Telecom summit(Banjul, The Gambia)5-9 June 2000__________________________REGULATION
  • Concepts of E-business, E-commerce, E-learn, E-finance, E-marketing, and all E-… All these services are used, but the unawareness of the general public of the later does not boost the actual market. We have to adapted those virtual reality in our context. Don’t forget that Internet has no sense in a geographical area.
  • Internet is a space of community who think about the same construction of the whole life and have a projection of future well life.
internet and telecom summit banjul the gambia 5 9 june 2000 conclusion
internet and Telecom summit(Banjul, The Gambia)5-9 June 2000__________________________CONCLUSION
  • The developpement of internet is still low in Cameroon compared to similar countries of the south. The infrastructure is one important barrier .
  • Applications such as telephony in Internet, is in reflexion by the TRB in order to ameliorate conditons of costumer.
  • The TRB studies the best way to set efficient telecommunications tarifications with all telecommunications operators.
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