The Ghana Internet Services Providers Association (GISPA) has elected Mr. Richard Densu as President. Mr. Densu replaces Mr. Ernest Brown, who served as GISPA President for three terms. Mr. Densu represents MTN on the GISPA Board. George Gabla of Internet Solutions Ltd, Kwesi Nkrumah of Comsys Ghana Mr. Michael Nfodzo of Vodafone and Emmanuel Kwarteng of Main One were also elected to the GISPA board.
The Ghana Internet Services Providers Association (GISPA) and Ghana Internet Exchange (GIX) collaborated with Internet Society to organize the maiden edition of an Internet Peering and Interconnection Roadshow at the Swiss Spirits Hotel in Accra on 25th April, 2017. This roadshow brought together stakeholders from academia, private sector, regulator and government to deliberate on peering and interconnection issues in Ghana.
The Ghana Internet Services Association (GISPA) has re-elected Mr. Ernest Brown as its President. Mr. Ernest Brown was re-elected at the association's general meeting held at the Coconut Regency Hotel last Tuesday, January 26.
The Ghana Internet Services Providers Association (GISPA) has re-elected Mr. Ernest Brown as its President.
The Ghana Internet Service Providers Association (GISPA) has asked Government to strongly consider waiving taxes on modems used to access the Internet, otherwise known as terminal equipment.
Some Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are in talks to merge their operations in order to strengthen their competitive position in an industry that is now dominated by the mobile network operators B&FT has learnt.
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