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Measuring Africa’s Internet Resilience
Africa has made major strides in improving Internet penetration in the last decade narrowing the gap with the rest of the world. While this is commendable, Internet access alone is not enough to get the benefits that Africa wants from the Internet, In particular, the Internet should be resilient and available all the time so that individuals and businesses can rely on it.

Especially now more than ever, Africa is relying on the Internet for work, communication, and entertainment. But how stable is the Internet and is Africa at par with the rest of the world in regards to Internet resilience and reliability?

To determine Africa’s Internet resilience, sustained measurements have to be done to get the real picture on the ground. This webinar will discuss Internet measurements in Africa as it stands today as well as what we need to have in the future to assess the quality of the Internet. It will also assess the experience from other regions and organizations that have carried out sustained Internet measurements and how sustained Internet measurements be carried out in Africa.

Join our webinar on the 21st of July 2020 at 11 am UTC/GMT to learn more about Internet measurements and the plans to determine Africa’s Internet resilience.

Jul 21, 2020 11:00 AM in Universal Time UTC

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