By 2010, prices for international bandwidth had plummeted to a fraction of their original cost. In parallel, wireless technologies such as WiMAX and 3G mobile services have brought the Internet within reach of a much wider part of the population than the limited fixed-line DSL services ever have. These improvements in infrastructure will revolutionise the market by making broadband access more affordable and enabling converged voice, data and video/entertainment services.
Companies covered in this report: – UTL Online (Uganda Telecom) – Infocom (Altech) – Africa Online – Spacenet – The Broadband Company (TMP) – MTN – Wateen Telecoms – Smile Telecom – Foris Telecom – Talk Telecom – Mo Telecom – Goal Technology Solutions (GTS) – UMEME – WBS Television – NTV Uganda – MultiChoice – Jump TV – Wananchi Key Topics Covered: 1. Synopsis 2. Internet market 2.1 Overview 2.2 Public Internet access locations 2.3 Personal computer market 2.4 Dial-up 2.5 International bandwidth 3. Uganda’s ISP market 3.1 Overview, licensing 3.2 Selected ISPs 3.3 Uganda Internet Exchange Point (UiXP) 4. E-services 4.1 E-commerce 4.2 E-banking 4.3 E-government 5. Broadband market 5.1 Overview 5.2 ADSL 5.3 WiFi 5.4 WiMAX 6. Convergence 6.1 VoIP telephony 6.2 Next generation Networks (NGN) 6.3 Broadband over powerlines (BPL) 6.4 Smart grids 6.5.
(M2 PressWIRE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Dublin – Research and Markets ) has announced the addition of the “Uganda – Broadband and Internet Market, Convergence” report to their offering. Keep fingers crossed for any latest technology news in Uganda as it happens.