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Welcome to Art Telecom. Information about telecommunications in Senegal. Various broadband initiatives have been launched and the number of African countries offering commercial ADSL reached 21 in 2005. Wireless access technologies are increasingly being used as a substitute for poor or non-existing fixed-line infrastructures.
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(Telecompaper) Maximo Ibarra is set to take over as Sky Italia's new chief executive after stepping down as CEO of Dutch operator KPN at the end of September, according to unnamed sources cited by Bloomberg. The Colombian-Italian executive, a former head of Wind Tre, became KPN's first foreign CEO in April 2018 and has helped streamline the Dutch company's brands and relaunch its FTTH rollout.

(Telecompaper) South Korean operator SK Telecom and Deutsche Telekom held a town hall meeting on 24 June in Korea. The meeting was attended by around 100 executives from both companies including Park Jung-ho, CEO of SK Telecom, and Timotheus Hoettges, CEO of Deutsche Telekom, to discuss diverse 5G business strategies. At this meeting, SK Telecom and Deutsche Telekom agreed to establish a joint venture company to develop 5G services, including a 5G repeater and a 5G in-building service; a Multipath UDP for access management; and a MPEG Media Transport (MMT) technology for media streaming.

(Telecompaper) A number of telecom, infrastructure and device manufacturing companies have come together to form the Light Communications Alliance (LCA), with the aim of promoting new Light Communications (LC) mobile technology. The founding members, namely Nokia, Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (Du), Ledvance, Liberty Global, Lucibel, Orange, pureLiFi, LiFi Research & Development Centre, Velmenni, Zero.1, CEA Leti, and Institut Mines-Telecom, want to establish and advocate the use of standards in LC, which they say will complement and enhance 5G services and other radio frequency technologies such as Wi-Fi.

(Telecompaper) America Movil and Telefonica's infrastructure subsidiary Telxius have announced plans to roll out a new 7,300 km submarine cable along the Pacific coast of Latin America. The two largest telecommunication groups in Latin America said the cable will connect Puerto San Jose (Guatemala) with Valparaiso (Chile) and have additional landing points in Salinas (Ecuador), Lurin (Peru) and Arica (Chile). It will have an initial estimated capacity of 108 Tbps with six fibre pairs offering the lowest possible latency between Guatemala and Chile, combined with the highest levels of service, reliability and security, said the partners in a joint statement.

(Telecompaper) Maximo Ibarra is stepping down as CEO of Dutch operator KPN at the end of September, less than two years after taking up the position. KPN said he decided for personal reasons to return to Italy with his family. A successor has not yet been named. 

(Telecompaper) Google has announced an investment of another EUR 1 billion in its data centres in the Netherlands. This includes another expansion of its existing site at Eemshaven in the north of the country, on top of the plans already announced in 2018, and a new data centre being built at the Agriport in the city of Hollands Kroon. This brings the company to a total investment of EUR 2.5 billion in the Netherlands since 2016.

(Telecompaper) Telecom Italia (TIM) has become the second operator to offer commercial 5G services in Italy with the activation of its network in parts of Turin and Rome accompanied by the launch of three new dedicated 5G-ready plans. Vodafone switched on its 5G network in the same two cities and in the Milan metropolitan area, Bologna and Naples on 16 June. "The 5G service, currently being implemented, is at the moment only available in some parts of Turin and Rome," announced the operator on its website, adding that all of Italy's main cities will be gradually added over time. TIM reached an agreement with Vodafone to share the cost of rolling out new 5G infrastructure throughout Italy earlier this year.

(Telecompaper) The US government has started a 150-day review of the US telecom supply chain and has started asking telecom-equipment manufacturers if they could make US-bound equipment outside of China, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing sources close to the matter, which said talks were still at an early and informal stage. The request would affect the manufacture of towers, routers, switches and software, among other products.

(Telecompaper) The Telecompaper Stock Index Global Consumer Media was up 3.1 percent in week 25, ahead of the S&P 500 (+2.2%). News Corp (+14%) was the biggest winner, followed by two VOD providers: Netflix (+8.7%) and Bilibili (+8.2%). Seoul Broadcasting (-7.3%), comScore (-7.3%) and Atresmedia (-6.6%) were the weakest shares in our index.

(Telecompaper) The Telecompaper Stock Index European Telecoms Services was up just 0.3 percent in week 25, behind the market's broader recovery as per the Eurostoxx 50's gain of 2.6 percent. United Internet, fresh out of the German multiband auction as a new network operator, was the weakest share, losing 7.9 percent. SES was down 7.5 percent as uncertainty over its 5G spectrum holdings in the US persists. Veon was the biggest winner (+18%), followed by Orange Poland (+10%). Of the index heavyweights, Deutsche Telekom was virtually unchanged (+0.1%) and Vodafone lost 2.5 percent.

VoIP - Voice over internet

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is like a phone just connected to the internet, where is use a protocol optimized for the transmission of voice through the Internet or other packet switched networks.

VoIP is also known as IP Telephony, Internet telephony, Broadband telephony, Broadband Phone and Voice over Broadband.

Internet usage, broadband and telecommunications reports Senegall

Internet Usage Statistics:
 540,000 Internet users as of September, 2006;
 4.9% of the population, according to ITU. ©