Tizeti, a West African internet service provider, has partnered with Microsoft to tackle broadband underdevelopment in Cote d’Ívoire and provide affordable and reliable high-speed internet access to almost five million people.
The country has less than 40% internet penetration, with fixed internet at around 2%, due to poor international connectivity.
Tizeti will use Microsoft’s Airband Initiative to roll out high-speed internet infrastructure, leveraging its low-cost wireless technologies to make it easier and cheaper for people to connect to the digital economy.
The partnership aims to address the significant broadband gap that has hindered economic development and social progress in the region.
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