Questions are being asked about who ultimately receives the income generated by international traffic.
The Indian vendor also restructured itself during the year, separating its RAFM and analytics businesses into separate entities.
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Telecoms risk and assurance is a worldwide niche, making it difficult for recruiters and candidates to find each other. RAG Jobs intends to address that problem.
WeDo, Sandvine and Veriflow were identified as innovative providers of operations, orchestration, data analytics and monetization solutions for telcos.
Telcos will face additional pricing headaches as the Ugandan government imposes a tax on social media users of 200 shillings (roughly 5 US cents) per day.
African telcos could save money and protect the environment by using renewable energy sources for remote sites, but this may not suit state-run energy suppliers.
The boss of the Communications Authority of Kenya, Francis Wangusi, believes it is necessary to use the law to prevent his powers being usurped by a subordinate.
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Everybody likes superheroes, so perhaps the comic heroes of RAFM should return to fight more battles against marketing penguins and audit robots.