Ghana to establish public internet registry to address cyber crime, virus attacks

The government of Ghana led by the Ministry of Communications is facilitating moves to establish a public Internet Registry that will improve the governance and security of the internet in the country.

An Internet registry is an organization that manages the allocation and registration of Internet number resources within a particular region of the world. Internet number resources include Internet Protocol (IP) addresses and autonomous system (AS) numbers, according to Wikipedia.

Source: GBN

Digital broadcasting will be cheaper after migration

The deadline for digital migration in Africa will end in 2015, and experts have been discussing how important the process means to African countries. The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has already said that the digital migration will release more bandwidth or spaces for mobile phones to use in order to avoid mobile congestion especially with the emergence of smartphones and tablets such as Ipad, Galaxy Tab among others.

Source: GBN
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