No single operator has, or should aim to have, physical assets in all countries in Africa, because partnering is proving to be a successful strategy to deliver enterprise connectivity services.
The competitive landscape for suppliers of enterprise connectivity services in
Africa includes regional as well as worldwide operators. Each has different
levels of infrastructure investment, but all rely on partners for delivery.
describes the enterprise connectivity services that are available in Africa
describes the competitive landscape for these services, including the
capabilities of the main suppliers
discusses the factors that are driving and inhibiting growth, particularly
focusing on submarine cables and terrestrial fibre
offers recommendations for operators supplying enterprise connectivity
services in Africa
discusses some the unique challenges that Africa's telecoms market
presents to operators.
Infrastructure investment and partnerships are driving enterprise connectivity services in Africa published by Analysys Mason in June 15, 2012. This report price starts from US $ 2499.