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Kenya leads in internet access and connectivity in Africa, says Liquid Telcom

By TF News Reporter

Kenya is leading other African countries in internet connectivity with the highest bandwidth per person, says Internet provider Liquid Telecom Kenya CEO Ben Roberts.Liquid Telecom CEO Ben Roberts says Kenyans enjoy fast internet speedsLiquid Telecom CEO Ben Roberts says Kenyans enjoy fast internet speeds

He says the country enjoys the fastest Internet speeds and some of the lowest internet costs in the East African region.

Kenya's internet exchange point launches at East Africa Data Centre

By TF News Reporter

 

The Kenya Internet Exchange Point (KIXP) has relocated to the East Africa Data Centre.ICT cabinet secretary Fred Matiang'i has pledged to support investors in ICTICT cabinet secretary Fred Matiang'i has pledged to support investors in ICT

The Exchange pint is now carrying four times the traffic that it was in 2011 becoming the largest internet exchange point in East Africa as well as the first Tier 3 data centre in East and Central Africa.

Liquid Telecom complete East Africa fibre ring increasing internet reliability in the region

By JK Mwangi

Liquid Telecom has completed the build of the East Africa Fibre Ring which connects Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Tanzania.East African region is now fully connected to fibre opticEast African region is now fully connected to fibre optic

The connection now creates the first fully redundant regional fibre ring, connecting these countries to each other and the rest of the world.

This will ensure that businesses across the East African community now receive continuity of Internet connectivity and a much more reliable service.

P&G to abolish phosphates in laundry products in two years

By TF News Reporter

Procter & Gamble announced Monday that it will eliminate phosphates from all of its laundry detergents within 24 months. The move is expected to make P&G products more competitiveThe move is expected to make P&G products more competitive

This change will apply to brands including Ariel, Tide, Ace and Bonux, providing consumers with superior cleaning performance whilst maximizing the conservation of precious resources.

Farmers in Western Kenyans earn first ever carbon credits

 

By Ben Kinyanjui

Smallholder farmers in western Kenya are now benefiting from carbon credits generated by improving farming techniques. one of the benefiting farmer in western Kenya one of the benefiting farmer in western Kenya

These are the first credits worldwide issued under the sustainable agricultural land management (SALM) carbon accounting methodology.

Kenya needs Sh250 billion to implement the national broadband strategy

By Ben Kinyanjui

The Government requires Sh250 billion to implement the National Broadband Strategy (NBS) aimed at transforming Kenya into a knowledge-based economy.ICT secretary Dr Fred Matiang'i must find ways to raise funds for strategyICT secretary Dr Fred Matiang'i must find ways to raise funds for strategy

The overall objective of the strategy launched late last month is to provide quality broadband services to all citizens in the country.

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