- THIRD ANNUAL AFRICAN VOIP FORUM
21-23 August 2006, Muson Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria The event offers a high-powered educational opportunity for Africa’s ISPs, telecom operators and corporate VoIP users. The following is a sample of the rich content: The impact of VoIP on African voice markets; Maximising international connectivity via a virtual service provider; TDMoIP vs VoIP: Which technology is better for your network? Successful revenue generating VoIP deployments in high-growth markets - Lessons from Iraq and Afghanistan
For further details, contact Sean Moroney Tel: +44(0)1480-880774 firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.aitecafrica.com
- 10TH ANNUAL CONTACT CENTRES WORLD AFRICA
28th - 31st August 2006, Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa
Effective strategies for excellence in call centers
For further information visit http://www.terrapinn.com/2006/ccwza/
- THE 4TH ANNUAL CTO FORUM 2006
4th – 6th September 2006, London
This year’s key focus areas are on realising the socio-economic benefits of mobile communications, policy making to encourage competition, regulating for mobile success, incorporating new technology to aid mobile development and generating the highest possible ARPU.
For further information visit the CTO’s website http://www.cto.int/forum06/
- IWEEK 2006
4 - 7 September 2006, Castle, Kyalami in Midrand, Gauteng
The event is organised by ISPA and UniForum SA (the .co.za registrars) The programme brings an extensive range of industry experts from across virtually every continent, making this an exciting and extremely worthwhile event to attend.
For further information visit http://www.ispa.org.za/iweek/2006/program.shtml
- TELECOMS WORLD AFRICA 2006
4 - 8 September 2006, Cape Town, South Africa
The event offers a uniquely African perspective and brings together leaders from multiple markets and disciplines to create the ultimate African industry networking experience. Contacts can be made, experiences shared, alliances forged and participants will profit from ideas, information and know-how.
For further information visit http://www.terrapinn.com/2006/telecomza
- DIGITAL WORLD CONFERENCE 2006
12-13 September 2006, Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja, Nigeria
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), in collaboration with the Growing Businesses Foundation (GBF) and the TT30 Club of Rome will hosting the Digital World Conference 2006. The theme of the forthcoming conference is "ICTs for Education and Development.
For further information visit www.ncc.gov.ng
- AFRICAN BILLING & TELECOMS REVENUE ASSURANCE FORUM
- REGIONAL SEMINAR ON BROADBAND WIRELESS ACCESS FOR RURAL AND REMOTE AREAS IN AFRICA
18th-21st September 2006, Yaoundé, Cameroon
The seminar will examine the technological, economic and regulatory factors that influence the availability and deployment of wireless broadband services. The event will provide an opportunity for wireless broadband business, technology and regulatory experts to share their knowledge, experience and views on the future of the industry with ITU and hosting administration attendees.
For further information visit http://itu.int/ITU-D/imt-2000/BDTActivities.html
- 2ND INFRASTRUCTURE PARTNERSHIPS FOR AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT (IPAD) CENTRAL AFRICA
3rd-5th October 2006, Grand Hotel, Kinshasa, Congo Democratic Republic
2nd Infrastructure Partnerships for African Development (iPAD) Central Africa will take place from the 3rd-5th October 2006 at the Grand Hotel, Kinshasa.
For further information visit www.ipad-africa.com
- 1ST INTERNATIONAL ICT INVESTMENT CONFERENCE FOR AFRICA
14th – 15th November 2006, Tunis, Tunisia.
Under the auspices of Secretary General United Nations Conference on Trade & Development (UNCTAD) Regarding sponsorship or delegate attendance, please contact Dan Morrissy in London on +44 207 2871326 or at email@example.com