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PHOTOS: GISPA, GIX organise one-day roadshow

By April 27, 2017 234 0

A one-day roadshow on Internet Peering and Interconnection was organized in Accra to deliberate on importance of peering, developing peering policies, regional transit and peering models.

Guest of Honour was Hon. George Andah, Minister for Communications and also Member of Parliament for Awutu Senya West in the Central Region and Keynote address was delivered by Director General of National Communication Authority, Mr. Joseph Anokye.

It was organized by Ghana Internet Service Providers Association (GISPA) and Ghana Internet Exchange (GIX) in collaboration with Internet Society of Ghana.

The roadshow brought together Internet stakeholders from academia, private sector, regulator and government.


Source: Frontpageghana.com

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