Beneke, who is a network engineer, welcomed his appointment saying it presents a good opportunity for ISPA to give an industry perspective as the nation's broadband policy is executed.
Beneke said, As the industry body representing the country s Internet Service Providers, ISPA has much practical insight to offer, and also provides a ready-made channel through which the Council and the Minister can communicate with an important role-player in the world of broadband. Improving access to broadband, particularly the speeds on offer, is a vital part of enabling growth, and ISPA is pleased to be involved.
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