Digital Infrastructures

Digital Infrastructures

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We provide digital infrastructure solutions related to 5G networks and cloud-based services can help improve connectivity and enable new digital services, such as telemedicine and online education

With our telecom operators clients we provide 5G, cloud-based solutions, and digital infrastructure services to enhance connectivity in the emerging areas

Our Emerging Markets, 5G and Cloud Technologies

 

Our Emerging Markets, 5G and Cloud Technologies

Installation of Small Cells

Enhancing network capacity in hard-to-reach areas through radio access points.

Fiber-Optic Backhaul Provision

Connecting rural areas to high-speed networks for reliable data transfer

Edge Computing & Satellite Connectivity Solutions

Providing local processing and internet access in remote locations

Integration of Cloud-Based Services, IoT & Online Platforms

Offering remote healthcare, e-government, e-learning, smart agriculture, and optimizing resource management for rural areas

By deploying these digital infrastructure solutions, emerging and rural areas can benefit from enhanced connectivity, access to innovative services, and improved quality of life. In addition, these solutions can contribute to the sustainable growth and economic development of these regions.

Telemedicine and online education have been significantly enabled in emerging areas by telecom operators, governments, and other organizations. However, the extent of their reach may vary depending on the region, local infrastructure, and available resources.

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Ongoing Services

 

Network Expansion

For rural and emerging areas worldwide via 3G, 4G, and 5G technologies, enabling access to telecommunication services, data, agriculture, small business, e-commerce, e-government, and mobile banking.

Colaborative Solutions

Working with telecom operators, governments, NGOs, and private companies to bridge the digital divide in rural and underserved areas. This includes deploying innovative solutions, aiding government initiatives, and promoting satellite internet access.

While significant progress has been made, there is still much work to be done to ensure that telemedicine and online education are accessible to everyone in emerging and rural areas. Improving infrastructure, increasing affordability, and fostering digital literacy remain crucial aspects to address the ongoing digital divide.

Telemedicine and online education have been significantly enabled in emerging areas by telecom operators, governments, and other organizations. However, the extent of their reach may vary depending on the region, local infrastructure, and available resources.

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Ongoing Services

Network Expansion

For rural and emerging areas worldwide via 3G, 4G, and 5G technologies, enabling access to telecommunication services, data, agriculture, small business, e-commerce, e-government, and mobile banking.

Colaborative Solutions

Working with telecom operators, governments, NGOs, and private companies to bridge the digital divide in rural and underserved areas. This includes deploying innovative solutions, aiding government initiatives, and promoting satellite internet access.

While significant progress has been made, there is still much work to be done to ensure that telemedicine and online education are accessible to everyone in emerging and rural areas. Improving infrastructure, increasing affordability, and fostering digital literacy remain crucial aspects to address the ongoing digital divide.


End-to-End 5G Portfolio


 


End-to-End 5G Portfolio


 

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Small-scale 5G networks for rural emerging markets are localized, cost-effective, and tailored network solutions that bring the benefits of 5G technology to remote and underserved areas.

These networks focus on providing high-speed, low-latency connectivity and enabling a range of services to support local communities without the need for extensive and expensive infrastructure investments typically associated with large-scale 5G deployments.

By leveraging these tailored cloud-based services, businesses and organizations in emerging markets and rural areas can address their unique challenges, enhance their operations, and deliver improved services to their customers, contributing to increased economic opportunities and overall development in these regions.


Cloud-based Services


 

A few examples of Cloud-based services that help businesses and organizations to increased economic opportunities and improved service delivery

Low-bandwidth cloud storage and backup

Services like Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, and Microsoft Azure Blob Storage can be optimized for low-bandwidth environments, enabling businesses to store, backup, and access their data securely with minimal connectivity requirements.

Offline data analytics and visualization

Cloud-based analytics platforms with offline capabilities, like Tableau or Microsoft Power BI, enable organizations to analyze and visualize their data even with limited internet access, supporting data-driven decision-making in rural areas.

Light-weight ERP systems

Cloud-based ERP solutions tailored for rural businesses, like Tally on Cloud or Odoo, provide streamlined tools to manage finances, inventory, and sales, catering to the specific needs and resource constraints of rural organizations.

Mobile CRM systems

Mobile-friendly CRM platforms like Zoho CRM, Salesforce Mobile, or Freshsales empower organizations to manage and track customer interactions using smartphones, which are more prevalent in emerging markets and rural areas.

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Localized e-commerce platforms

Localized e-commerce platforms: Services like Jumia, Konga, or Tokopedia provide region-specific e-commerce solutions, allowing businesses to set up online stores and sell products to local customers, expanding their reach within emerging markets.

Low-bandwidth collaboration & project management tools

Cloud-based tools with offline or low-bandwidth capabilities, like Microsoft Teams or Asana, enable remote teams in rural areas to collaborate and manage projects more efficiently.

Region-specific e-learning platforms

Services like Unacademy, Edraak, or HarukaEdu offer localized online training and educational content, catering to the language and cultural preferences of emerging market and rural users.

Secure file sharing with data compression

Cloud-based solutions like Dropbox, Google Drive, or Box can be utilized with data compression tools to enable secure file-sharing and collaboration in low-bandwidth environments.

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Key features of small-scale 5G networks for rural emerging markets include

 

Key features of small-scale 5G networks for rural emerging markets include

Small cells

Small cells are compact, low-powered radio access points that can be used to extend 5G coverage in areas where traditional cell towers may not be feasible or cost-effective. They can be deployed on existing structures like utility poles or buildings, reducing the need for large cell towers and minimizing the visual impact on the environment.

Localized coverage

Small-scale 5G networks focus on providing coverage for specific rural areas, such as villages or small towns, rather than aiming for broad regional or nationwide coverage. This approach allows operators to target their investments more effectively and respond to the specific connectivity needs of the local population.

Hybrid networks

Small-scale 5G networks can be integrated with other connectivity solutions like satellite, fixed wireless, or existing 4G networks to provide seamless and reliable connectivity in rural areas with challenging terrain or limited infrastructure.

Edge computing

By incorporating edge computing into small-scale 5G networks, data can be processed closer to the source, reducing latency and improving the performance of cloud-based services for rural users.

Community-driven approach

Small-scale 5G networks can be deployed in collaboration with local communities, governments, and other stakeholders. This approach ensures that the network meets the needs of the local population and supports locally relevant use cases, such as telemedicine, remote education, and smart agriculture.

Energy efficiency

Small-scale 5G networks can leverage renewable energy sources like solar or wind power to minimize their environmental impact and reduce operating costs, making them more sustainable and economically viable in rural areas.


Cloud-based Services


 

A few examples of Cloud-based services that help businesses and organizations to increased economic opportunities and improved service delivery

Low-bandwidth cloud storage and backup

Services like Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, and Microsoft Azure Blob Storage can be optimized for low-bandwidth environments, enabling businesses to store, backup, and access their data securely with minimal connectivity requirements.

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Offline data analytics and visualization

Cloud-based analytics platforms with offline capabilities, like Tableau or Microsoft Power BI, enable organizations to analyze and visualize their data even with limited internet access, supporting data-driven decision-making in rural areas.

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Light-weight ERP systems

Cloud-based ERP solutions tailored for rural businesses, like Tally on Cloud or Odoo, provide streamlined tools to manage finances, inventory, and sales, catering to the specific needs and resource constraints of rural organizations.

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Mobile CRM systems

Mobile-friendly CRM platforms like Zoho CRM, Salesforce Mobile, or Freshsales empower organizations to manage and track customer interactions using smartphones, which are more prevalent in emerging markets and rural areas.

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Localized e-commerce platforms

Localized e-commerce platforms: Services like Jumia, Konga, or Tokopedia provide region-specific e-commerce solutions, allowing businesses to set up online stores and sell products to local customers, expanding their reach within emerging markets.

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Low-bandwidth collaboration & project management tools

Cloud-based tools with offline or low-bandwidth capabilities, like Microsoft Teams or Asana, enable remote teams in rural areas to collaborate and manage projects more efficiently.

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Region-specific e-learning platforms

Services like Unacademy, Edraak, or HarukaEdu offer localized online training and educational content, catering to the language and cultural preferences of emerging market and rural users.

3

Secure file sharing with data compression

Cloud-based solutions like Dropbox, Google Drive, or Box can be utilized with data compression tools to enable secure file-sharing and collaboration in low-bandwidth environments.

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Key features of small-scale 5G networks for rural emerging markets include

Small cells

Small cells are compact, low-powered radio access points that can be used to extend 5G coverage in areas where traditional cell towers may not be feasible or cost-effective. They can be deployed on existing structures like utility poles or buildings, reducing the need for large cell towers and minimizing the visual impact on the environment.

Localized coverage

Small-scale 5G networks focus on providing coverage for specific rural areas, such as villages or small towns, rather than aiming for broad regional or nationwide coverage. This approach allows operators to target their investments more effectively and respond to the specific connectivity needs of the local population.

Hybrid networks

Small-scale 5G networks can be integrated with other connectivity solutions like satellite, fixed wireless, or existing 4G networks to provide seamless and reliable connectivity in rural areas with challenging terrain or limited infrastructure.

Edge computing

By incorporating edge computing into small-scale 5G networks, data can be processed closer to the source, reducing latency and improving the performance of cloud-based services for rural users.

Community-driven approach

Small-scale 5G networks can be deployed in collaboration with local communities, governments, and other stakeholders. This approach ensures that the network meets the needs of the local population and supports locally relevant use cases, such as telemedicine, remote education, and smart agriculture.

Energy efficiency

Small-scale 5G networks can leverage renewable energy sources like solar or wind power to minimize their environmental impact and reduce operating costs, making them more sustainable and economically viable in rural areas.

By deploying small-scale 5G networks in rural emerging markets, telecom operators and other organizations can provide access to high-speed connectivity and enable a range of innovative services that can improve the quality of life and support the sustainable development of these regions.

By deploying small-scale 5G networks in rural emerging markets, telecom operators and other organizations can provide access to high-speed connectivity and enable a range of innovative services that can improve the quality of life and support the sustainable development of these regions.