Gabon ICT

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With just 1.63m people, Gabon is the second-smallest member of the six-country Central African Economic and Monetary Community in terms of population, after Equatorial Guinea. However, the country’s well-developed hydrocarbons sector has made Gabon the second-largest economy in the sub-region.

Le secteur hautement concurrentiel de la téléphonie au Gabon s’apprête enfin à entrer dans l’ère de la 3G avec un tout premier lancement annoncé fin avril. Airtel Gabon, le plus grand opérateur mobile du pays en parts de marché, sera le premier à offrir des services en 3G, et devrait être suivi par Gabon Telecom d’ici à la fin 2014.

The IT sector in Gabon may still be in a nascent stage, but it is expected to leap ahead in the next two years with the pending launch of the Africa Coast to Europe (ACE) submarine fibre-optic cable. Under the Digital Gabon Plan, the state has committed to make the country a digital economy by 2016. While the current low level of internet...

How can local consumers benefit from the African Coast to Europe (ACE) cable?

What role can infrastructure sharing play in terms of bringing down end-user costs in African markets?

With the arrival of the Africa Coast to Europe (ACE) fibre-optic cable and increasing demand for digital services, Gabon’s IT sector is on the cusp of considerable growth. The expansion of national bandwidth through the introduction ACE is likely to boost the number of internet users in the next one to two years, particularly in the fast-growing...

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