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The Namibian telecom market has experienced rapid expansion in recent years and is anticipated to expand further.
The majority of the industry’s expansion can be attributed to the rising urban population and widespread use of mobile phones that support 3G, 4G, and 5G services.
Due to the growing use of Internet of Things (IoT) devices that connect to both wired and wireless broadband, the telecom industry is also anticipated to experience robust growth over the forecast period.
Some of the 2G networks have already been shut down, and it is anticipated that all of the major 2G and 3G platforms will be shut down. The government has released definitive wireline voice and broadband subscription data, most mobile connections will be 5G.
There will be hundreds of millions of fixed broadband connections, compared to more than tens of millions of wireline voice connections, making mobile connections the most common.
Premium connectivity and content services in Namibia account for the majority of the country’s market expansion.However, these services’ robust and forward-looking regulatory regimes are well-liked by customers.
Despite the fact that users are primarily using work-from-home practices and are spending more time streaming video, playing games, and other forms of entertainment while they are at home during this pandemic, telecom service revenues have increased.
Value-added services have fueled significant expansion in the Namibian telecom market.The demand from network operators to provide effective mobile services and the rising number of subscribers in emerging economies are the primary drivers of the expansion of Value-added services.
Despite this, wireline is still the most important transmission type worldwide and is anticipated to continue growing over the forecast period. This growth in wireline is primarily attributable to rising demand for wired communication services.
The Namibia Telecom Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
A Namibian telecommunications service provider is launching its Armada Data Centre, which it describes as “the largest and most advanced data centre in the country and one of the largest in Africa.
“Given the nation’s and continent’s 4IR goals, the official launch of the data centre comes at a good time.
The Data Centre “has been designed as an international facility, to serve customers in Namibia and other countries in Africa.
” It will be situated in Windhoek, the capital of Namibia.Customers require a 24/7 independent, stable, and highly advanced DC facility to store and safeguard their data in order to participate in 4IR;house and physically safeguard all computer systems and equipment;and provide a wide range of additional services and features, such as boardrooms that are fully furnished, facilities for high-quality video conferencing, and connections that are lightning-fast.
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