Cajutel introducing Solar powered high-speed Internet for West Africa

Cajutel introducing Solar powered high-speed Internet for West Africa

Currently, there are only a couple of mobile service providers in Guinea-Bissau that offers very low-quality Internet and for the most part at an overwhelming expense. A few parts of the nation even face lack of the fundamental luxuries of living and technologies. This is a result of years of under-investment in infrastructure and technology, …

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Empowering Guinea-Bissau with high Speed and Affordable Internet Connectivity

Empowering Guinea-Bissau with high Speed and Affordable Internet Connectivity

Cajutel is set to bring solar-powered internet to people in rural and remote areas of Guinea-Bissau. Through its project cajutel using solar technology to provide internet to the masses, if implemented, the project could have the potential of extending online connectivity to millions of people across Guinea-Bissau. With over 1.9 million population, where only 2% …

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Cajutel advancing Africa’s Internet economy: a door towards better Future

Cajutel advancing Africa’s Internet economy: a door towards better Future

Many African nations have gained huge ground toward making an Internet segment, with wide division changes and spotlight on expanding broadband accessibility. In any case, there is still much work to be done to reinforce the Internet sector and to make an Internet economy in Africa. This is as per various reports published on Africa’s …

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Cajutel Fixing Internet Connectivity to commence Guinea-Bissau’s Digital Future

Cajutel Fixing Internet Connectivity to commence Guinea-Bissau’s Digital Future

We live so serenely in our Wi-Fi connected homes with cell phones and applications that can convey nearly anything to our doorstep that we often forget there is an entirely a different universe out there. Disregard 4G internet, there are nations where individuals do not have even have 2.5G EDGE. The available internet rates are …

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Cajutel to eliminate the unacceptable persistence of the digital divide

Cajutel to eliminate the unacceptable persistence of the digital divide

In this age of the internet and social media, we are continually deluged with free information originating from the world. In excess of a billion people are connected on Facebook using internet, the most well known social media platform today, to such an extent that more time presently is spent on social media than on …

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Cajutel is set to Bridge the Digital Divide by providing Internet to West Africa

Cajutel is set to Bridge the Digital Divide by providing Internet to West Africa

The internet of things has become a vital part of the telecom world. The concept of communication through the internet is unique and has the potential to affect the lives of many people. While there are several, people who really didn’t understand the very concept of IoT and how it works. With the rise of …

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Cajutel: Internet can Change Life of the World’s Poorest People

Cajutel: Internet can Change Life of the World’s Poorest People

With the evolution and penetration of the internet and technologies that are highly based on the internet, are part of our private and collective lives and how our societies function at different levels have adversely changed. We can call it a remarkable development, It is becoming cost-effective, even profitable, to serve the world’s poorest two …

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Cajutel’s solar-powered Internet could soon connect Guinea-Bissau

Cajutel’s solar-powered Internet could soon connect Guinea-Bissau

Despite the efforts of government, broadband internet penetration in Guinea-Bissau, the country is unlikely to hit that target. As of 2017, internet penetration in Guinea-Bissau was at 173rd position — among the lowest in the world, according to the ICT Development Index, which is published by the United Nations International Telecommunication Union. While country lacks technological advancement, it …

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The race to connected West Africa

The race to connected West Africa

Connectivity has expanded quickly over the years and the interest for faster data networks is high around the world. With a couple of special cases (Guinea-Bissau, Mali, Mauritania, and Senegal), all nations in West Africa have built up a national broadband arrangement or ICT technique and numerous nations are presently associated with fiber optic cables …

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