The Turks and Caicos Islands Telecommunications Commission (TCTC) has concluded an Emergency Preparedness Agreement between the Islands' network operators, Digicel and Flow, with support from Cenerva The Turks and Caicos Islands Telecommunications Commission (TCTC) has successfully completed its Emergency Preparedness Agreement (EPA) between the Islands' network operators, Digicel and Flow. The EPA marks the [...]
ICASA Appointed Cenerva to Advise on Licensing for International Mobile Telecommunications Spectrum Cenerva was appointed by the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) to advise on the licensing process for the assignment of high demand spectrum. This is also known as the International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT) spectrum. This was a landmark event, not [...]
Mobile number portability (MNP) was implemented in Malaysia in 2008, enabling customers to switch mobile service providers while keeping their existing phone number. MNP increased competition and service levels among operators, as they had to work harder to retain customers who now had the freedom to change providers if they were not satisfied with their [...]
At the beginning of March 2022, the Digital Economy Training Program for Tanzania High-Level Policy Makers was held in Zanzibar. The programme was facilitated and convened by the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority and heavily supported by Cenerva and its expert trainers. The conference created a template for understanding the Digital Economy in Tanzania, one [...]
In Case of Emergency ... The Importance of Having Disaster Management and Emergency Plans for Telecoms Networks and Services National emergencies can take many forms and frequently happen with little warning. Communication technologies are essential in disaster management and risk reduction, providing the timely flow of information to facilitate decision-making, as well as coordination of [...]
Press Release The Telecommunications Emergency Preparedness and Response Policy aims to ensure the Islands have resilient networks that enable the availability and operability of telecoms services in disaster scenarios. The 2017 hurricane season is unlikely to be forgotten for those living in the Caribbean, featuring 17 named storms, ten hurricanes, and six major hurricanes. [...]
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