The Minister of Communications, Dr.
They should as well take advantage of the various locations within the country, as part of the e-Government network, he told technology leaders and policy-makers at the 1st
Dr. Boamah explained: "Under the national e-
90 more sites are being constructed to enable the deployment of advanced ICT Applications in education, health, commerce, Open Government and other business opportunities".
This infrastructure, he noted, was available for sharing with the private sector to facilitate the provision of last mile solutions and value added services to our people.
Dr. Boamah believes that effective collaboration with the private sector on the development of the country's ICT infrastructure will impact greatly on the core business of the Private Sector to reduce cost of broadband internet.
Touching on the contention of broadband affordability, the minister, however, said the government would ensure universal broadband usage at all times at speed capable of guaranteeing adequate capacity usage especially during peak times and affordable price irrespective of geographic location.
Government recently, undertook a Digital Divide Study to provide evidence about the nature and causes of broadband divide and the reasons for its persistence. The study which has been completed collected and analyzed information in three broad areas namely, according to Dr Boamah.
The Executive Director of the
To achieve its vision, she assured that the A4AI would continue to engage with stakeholders in a number of countries across
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