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Danbatta to provide leading insight, policy direction at eWorld Forum

Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Professor Umar Danbatta, would provide leading insight and policy direction on, a number of topical issues, trending technologies and innovations, at the 10th edition of the eWorld Forum and Awards. This follows the NCC's identification with the forum, which enters its 10th year. The NCC's endorsement […]


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Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian
Communications Commission (NCC), Professor Umar Danbatta, would provide leading
insight and policy direction on, a number of topical issues, trending technologies
and innovations, at the 10th edition of the eWorld Forum and Awards.
This follows the NCC's identification with the forum, which enters its 10th
year.





The NCC's endorsement of the forum comes on the heel
of a similar one from the Association of Licensed Telecom Companies of Nigeria
(ALTON).





The forum has become a must attend as leading IT
Expert, Mr Chris Uwaje and new President of Nigerian Internet Registration
Association (NIRA), Engr. Muhammed Rudman have also signaled their approval to
participate in the panel discussions that follow the lead papers. They join
NCC's Danbatta and ALTON's Gbenga Adebayo.





Also to provide rich content and different
perspectives to the discussions are Engr. Aremu Olajide, former Technical Head
of Glo Mobile, and now CEO of ExpertTeam and Gbenga Sesan of Paradigm
Initiatives. More speakers are expected to join the rich team of lead speakers
and panelists at the event.





The theme of this year's forum is: Nigeria's
Roadmap to Broadband Everywhere.





The 10th edition of eWorld Forum and Awards come up
at 10 am on June 5, 2019 at the Oriental Hotel, Lekki, Victoria Island.





The eWorld Forum's 10th edition is coming at a time
when the Global Broadband Commission is calling on nations and agencies to make
investment in digital infrastructure a top priority in order to achieve the
goal of connecting the remaining half of the global population.





The Commission is also asking that regulatory
framework that encourages competition and innovation, generates investment and
benefits consumers should be encouraged to give confidence and certainty for
investment, while penetration, connectivity and convergence should be promoted





Aaron Ukodie, publisher of eWorldNews and CEO of
Ajomedia, organisers of the event says, discussions at the forum are sure to focus,
prominently, around the now trending talks on broadband and the 5G evolution
and the various arguments and viewpoints that attend to the new technology
platform.





Perspectives on Smart cities and hotspots everywhere
vision would be given, and more light would be shed on the state of the
Infracos and the last mile vision.





 The role of
spaced-based communication in the broadband era and in achieving broadband
everywhere vision, and how are telcos meeting and plans to meet the Nigeria's
customers' expectation and data connectivity would also attract interest of
panelists.





By Nigeria's broadband vision, as espoused by the
Nigerian Communication Commission, seamless broadband ubiquity and
affordability should be within reach in the next few years, beginning from
2020.





The NCC has put in place robust policies and
strategies towards achieving Nigeria's broadband ubiquity and digital ecosystem,
but it continues to update them as technology and innovation in the global
market changes.





The NCC is looking towards the Infracos to play key
role, besides the irreplaceable roles already being played by the mobile
networks, in pushing broadband to homes, public places, villages and cities and
the regulator was perfecting its strategies to empower the Infracos to achieve
that goal.


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