As the population around the world continues to grow, Africa is no different. With 1.1 billion today, it is estimated that by the end of the century there will be 4.2 billion people living in Africa – accounting a growth from now 15,7% of the world’s entire population to 38.5% in 2100 according to the human development index created by the United Nations. This creates a huge challenge to make sure there are services available to sustain everyone.
Abdurrahman Razak, Regional Sales Director for Newtec, South Africa explains this shift in his article in Satellite Evolution: "A Shift in the Satellite Markets, from Big Business to Prosumers" (January/February 2014 issue).
These are the topics Abdurrahman is talking about:
- Capacity for Communications Is Huge; Increase In Fibre
- Satellite Is Still Key
- World’s Leading Satellite Operators Investing
- Satellite Communications: Cost is Still Too High, but…
- Strong Growth in Banking and Finance
- When Will the Consumers Arrive?
- The Prosumers are Already Here
- How are the Satellite Service Providers taking advantage?
- A Prosperous Africa