REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT FORUM FOR AFRICA KIGALI, RWANDA. Trends in ICT: The role of Terrestrial backhauls, access networks and Institutions in ensuring equitable access to ICT. Thomas Senaji ITU Consultant. Outline. Overview and background of implementation of resolutions relevant to Access
Trends in ICT: The role of Terrestrial backhauls, access networks and Institutions in ensuring equitable access to ICT
Issues, best practices and concepts in backhauls and access infrastructure development
Actively assist the countries in elaborating and implementing the regionally approved initiatives that form part of this resolution.
WTPF-09 Opinion 2 on “The implications of the advent of next-generation networks (NGNs) and advanced broadband access” in recognition of the Plenipotentiary Conference 2006 adopted Resolution 137 (Antalya, 2006) on next-generation network deployment in developing countries.
The Opinion 2, s.3(c)specifically invited ITU Sector Members to support ITU’s and Member States’ capacity-building initiatives related to NGN environment and applications, broadband technologies and security technologies and measures
Question 26/2 – Migration from existing networks to next-generation networks for developing countries: technical, regulatory and policy aspectsis a merger ofQ.6-2/1 and Q.19-1/2 for the 2010 -2014 period
development of master plans covering the complete range of ICT backhaul e.g. The Rwanda NICIs
Dr. Thomas Senaji
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