Tuesday, October 22, 2013

NigeriaCom 2013: Digital Quality Delivery is Top Priority – Etisalat


A two-day discuss on connectivity, telecoms, media and Information Communication Technology (ICT) hosted by the Nigeria Com 2013 and sponsored by Etisalat Nigeria in Lagos, Nigeria, ended with a declaration by experts that digital quality delivery should be top on priority of operating networks.

The event which came to a close on the 18th of September 2013, with the theme ‘Working Together to Provide Quality Services Throughout The Digital Realm’, saw the 4th edition of the annual conference and exhibition attended by over 700 telecom experts from over a dozen countries, discussing sustainable quality of service, innovative offerings, issues in the digital industry, and added services.

These, experts overtly agreed operators needed to capitalize on by working closely with content providers.

ITRealms recollects that on day-1, Etisalat Nigeria’s Director Network Engineering, Mr. Temi Ogunbambi gave a keynote during a panel debate on the topic “Quality of Service on the Network: Challenges & Opportunities for Telecoms Operators in Nigeria,” stressing that Etisalat took quality of service seriously and passionately by creating sustainable strategies for transforming connectivity delivery in the country.

He also disclosed that Etisalat worked diligently to ensure that this would be continuously maintained across the country with the top priority of giving consumers value for money.

Equally on day-2 speakers harped on the boom in mobile financial services, applications and the use of social media, with representatives from Google, Mobile Monday, Ibaka TV, Eskimi, 2go, and the Ekiti State Government, among others.

ITRealms recalls that NigeriaCom Conference and Exhibition is part of a series of mobile events targeted at bringing together the entire digital ecosystem to discuss opportunities and development of the system.

We hereby serve you some of the photonews from the 2013 Nigeria Com.

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