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One third of Nigerians will use Internet this year, report on online shopping growth forecasts

  By Technology Times Reporter Lagos. April 8, 2013: A new report has forecast that wireless broadband will spread to one third of Nigeria this year growing deeper across the country by 2015 in a trend underscoring growth potentials for online shopping in the economy. The recent “Global B2C E-Commerce Market Report 2013” by Hamburg-based […]

Technology Times audience engagements spike in Q1 2015

IXPN says ready to promote local Internet traffic in Nigeria

By Olubunmi Adeniyi Lagos. March 10, 2013: Muhammed Rudman, CEO, Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN) has affirmed the readiness of the exchange to promote growth of local content traffic in the country. Rudman said this last week at an event tagged “Internet Governance and Cyber Security in Nigeria”, organized by DigitalSense Africa in collaboration […]

Analysis: Smile Communications explores broadband gold mine in city running splash of rust and gold, Ibadan

Nigeria eyes Africa’s internet exchange point’s number one spot by 2015

    By Olubunmi Adeniyi   Lagos February 13, 2013: Nigeria is pursuing an ambition to move from its current third place behind South Africa and Kenya to become Africa’s number one internet exchange point (IXP) by 2015. Managing Director, Internet Exchange Point Nigeria (IXPN), Muhammed Rudman, told Technology Times in an exclusive interview on […]

One third of Nigerians will use Internet this year, report on online shopping growth forecasts

Over one billion of world's seven billion people yet to have mobile phone, ITU report shows

  By Bola Abbas Lagos. October 17, 2012: The number of mobile phones subscriptions increased by more than 600 million to a total of about six billion worldwide, or 86 per 100 inhabitants, a development that indicates that about one billion persons in the world’s seven billion population do not have mobile phones. According to […]

10 years after WSIS, ‘a lot of progress made’, ITU’s Toure says