* 2009 3G CDMA MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA REGIONAL CONFERENCE
18-20 March 2009, Pavilion Centre, Cape Town, South Africa
Under the theme “Empowering Communities with 3G CDMA", operators will be talking about their challenges and success. One will present a case study on enabling mobile payments, another on tapping into Africa's broadband backhaul network, one on ways to increase ARPU with EV-DO Rev. A broadband services and another on monetizing (the economics of) low-ARPU 1X subscribers, amongst other.
On the Friday there is a course on Backhaul Dimensioning and one on Lessons learned from EV-DO deployments in the Middle East and Africa
* TELECOMS FRAUD AND RISK
23rd-26th March 2009 Hilton London Tower Bridge, London, UK
* WiMAX East Africa conference and Exhibition
24-26 March 2009 at the Safari Park hotel, Nairobi;
The event will serve as the launch for the East African WiMAX Network. This regional network is intended to stimulate interest and networking among the WIMAX market providers in the region as a whole. This interactive event will focus on WiMAX and its related markets, and will explore and clarify all aspects of what is likely to be the next significant advance in wireless technology.
* 3RD ANNUAL AFRICAN E-GOV FORUM
24-26 March 2009, Kigali, Rwanda
The CTO is honoured that this year the Ministry of Science and Technology, Rwanda will be hosting the 3rd Annual African e-Gov Forum. Join key ICT stakeholders in the region, including Ministers of technology, heads of e-Gov projects, civil society leaders and representatives from IT organisations; mobile operators; infrastructure providers; foundations; development and donor agencies to discuss current issues and witness success stories on e-Gov in Africa.
* 1ST EURO-AFRICA COOPERATION FORUM ON ICT RESEARCH
25-26 March 2009, Brussels, Belgium
For the first time in Europe, sub-Saharan African and European policy-makers and research organisations are being brought together to address the development of research collaborative projects in the ICT field. This 2-day event is co-organised by the European Commission (EC Directorate-General Information Society and Media) and the African Union Commission (AUC) with the support of the EuroAfriCa-ICT project, a FP7 coordination and support action aiming at enhancing ICT research cooperation between Europe and sub-Saharan Africa.
http://euroafrica-ict.org/events/forum.php or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
* East Africa Com; 1-2 April 2009
Promoting new models and services for the broadband era in East Africa: The only telecoms event to serve the East African region - promoting new models and services for the broadband era. 600+ attendees, 40 + speakers, 40+ exhibitors - the whole telecoms ecosystem represented.
* THE WORLD WIDE WEB CONSORTIUM
1-2 April 2009, Maputo, Mozambique
* ATU "International Expert seminar of Powerline communication"
Public Conference under the sponsorship of the ATU - African Telecommunications Union & of City Power Johannesburg
Misty Hills conference centre. 2-3 April 2009
PLC is being recognised as of strategic value for African players within telecoms. PLC has gained a high level of maturity and reliability, its versatility enables to design various business models in the broadband arena, but also related to innovative applications and smart grid. ATU wishes to address the various aspects of a PLC implementation within the African context, gathering significant players of the industry, showing successful commercial projects, identifiying current innovations and enabling to exchange directly with involved operators, utilities, regulators and integrators.
AFTLD ANNUAL EVENT
13-17 April 2009, Arusha, Tanzania
Under the theme "Securing Africa’s Internet Infrastructure”, the AfTLD annual African ccTLD event for 2009 will include a detailed three (3) day technical training workshop on Attack/Disaster Contingency and Recovery Planning(A/DCRP) for technical managers and staff of ccTLDs. AfTLD. The event is jointly organized and generously hosted by the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) and the Tanzania Network Information Centre (.tzNIC).