Biola Alabi at Telecoms World Africa 2012
Biola Alabi
Director
Mnet Africa
Gary Alfonso at Telecoms World Africa 2012

Gary Alfonso joined CNBC Africa in 2007 and was part of the team that launched the continents only business news television channel across Sub-Saharan Africa. He is responsible for the executive management, strategic, strategic business development, key regulatory and d…more ›

Gary Alfonso
MD: African Business News
CNBC Africa
Valentine Amadi at Telecoms World Africa 2012

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Valentine Amadi
Senior Manager: Network Rollout
Etisalat Nigeria
Salim Amin at Telecoms World Africa 2012

Salim Amin is Chairman of Camerapix, founder and Chairman of The Mohamed Amin Foundation and co-founder and Chairman of A24 Media. In 1963, world-renowned photographer, cameraman and publisher, Mohamed "Mo" Amin, launched Camerapix from a small shop in Dar es …more ›

Salim Amin
Chairman
Africa 24 Media Ltd
Kenneth Ashigbey at Telecoms World Africa 2012

Kenneth Ashigbey, is the COO of Multi TV, Ghana’s 1st private, Multi-Channel FrTAr DTH TV Service. Member of the GhIE , & holds a PMP from PMI, with MBA Finance from Leicester University and BSc Hons in Electrical &Electronics Engineering from UST, Ghana. He h…more ›

Kenneth Ashigbey
Chief Operating Officer
MultiTv
 
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The only event of its kind for the strategic and investment issues driving the telecoms sector in Africa. 

Telecoms World Africa 2012 is the event for telecom operators, ISP’s and vendors focused on investment into infrastructure; technology and capacity.
This conference and exhibition enables you do business more effectively with Africa’s leading telcos and ISP’s in a dedicated and focused arena.
 

Africa offers a unique opportunity for investors and telcos looking to penetrate new markets and increase ARPU rates. In scope, content and experience Telecoms World Africa 2012 is the only event of its kind for the strategic and investment issues driving this sector forward in Africa.

Sponsors

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Silver Sponsor
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Stats from SatCom 2011:

  • 1850 plus visitors
  • 29 sponsors
  • 49 exhibitors
  • 74 conference delegates

 

Who should exhibit:

  • Cable / System Owners
  • Wholesalers and carriers
  • Marine Engineers
  • Consultants & investment
  • System Suppliers/ integrators
  • Cabling suppliers and manufacturers

What a great way to:

  • Make sales
  • Debut new products
  • Profile your brand
  • Meet new business partners and distributors
  • Develop key relationships

Who attends:

  • Chief Technology Officers
  • Heads of Carrier Business
  • Heads of Carrier Sales
  • Network Directors
  • Head, Network Deployment
  • Chief Executive Officers
  • Chief Strategy Officer
network at telecoms world africa
 

Bringing together the complete telecoms value chain

Demand for communications and internet access in Africa is growing at an insatiable rate. Satellite and fibre provide the solution to decreasing strain on Africa’s fixed infrastructure and unique terrain.

SatCom Africa, Telecoms World Africa, Submarine Networks World Africa and The TV Show Africa bring together top level executives who develop, operate and invest in the African communications industry.

 
tv show 

Co-located with The TV Show Africa

The TV Show Africa is about multiplatform TV innovation for media, telcos, advertising and business.
 
This innovative event will cover key issues including:

  • The customer - driving demand and content
  • Multiplatform TV- IPTV and mobile TV innovation
  • Content and content delivery
  • Finance and investment
  • Innovation and technology
  • HDTV, 3D TV and online video
 

Co-located with Submarine Networks World Africa
 

Submarine Networks World Africa is the only C-level forum where issues around opportunity, investment and growth for Africa’s telecoms sector are discussed.
 
Submarine Networks focus on:

  • Project development and implementation
  • Backhaul and hybrid networks
  • Capacity demand and supply
  • Managing high traffic network routes
  • Regulation and policy implementation
  • Cable Resiliency, reliability and routing issues
satcom 

Co-located with SatCom Africa
 

Satcom Africa is the largest satellite communication conference and exhibition focusing specifically on the needs of the African continent.
 

The main conference will address issues around:

How will Africa shape it’s satellite markets in the years to come, and will the market eventually supply optimal capacity?
Is satellite the best option for cost competitive networks?
Identifying potential high growth business regions
How will accessing untapped markets
Demand drivers – satellite as the gateway to new revenue generating services
Understanding how to deliver cost-effective solutions for connecting Africa
 

  

Co-located events:

  • SatCom Africa 2012
  • The TV Show Africa
  • Submarine Networks World Africa 2012

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Sponsors
Diamond Sponsor
SES at Telecoms World Africa 2012
Platinum Sponsor
Arabsat at Telecoms World Africa 2012
Platinum sponsor
O3B Networks at Telecoms World Africa 2012
Gold Sponsor
Eutelsat Communications S.A at Telecoms World Africa 2012
Gold Sponsor
Intelsat Corporation at Telecoms World Africa 2012
Silver Sponsor
Hughes Network Systems at Telecoms World Africa 2012