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Internet of Things Forum Africa 2018 (#IOTFA2018) will take place on 14 and 15 March at the Gallagher Convention Centre, Midrand, South Africa.

The two-day conference will bring together an array of thought leaders, visionaries and experts who will share their knowledge of real-world IoT trends, challenges and solutions.

Under the theme, “Powering a new era of operational transformation”, IT leaders and senior executives will have the chance to hear from over 30 expert speakers who will showcase the leading developments in IoT.

For many countries, the prospects of artificial intelligence (AI) are thrilling. They conjure up the kinds of innovations we see in science fiction. In Africa, however, the dawn of AI carries with it a fear of falling further behind more-developed economies, rather than the eager anticipation of new technology—the World Economic Forum predicts a net loss of five million jobs to AI worldwide by 2020.

For Africans to reap these benefits, African governments, investors, and NGOs must prepare for the fourth industrial revolution’s transformation of the modern workplace by training workers for complex tasks, and reforming laws and education to meet the demands of tomorrow.       

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Every network operator and phone-maker wanted to talk about 5G but Africa was largely left out of discussions. So is the next-generation technology really a priority for the continent? And should it be?

The first commercial 5G projects are due to launch in the US by the end of this year, followed by Japan, South Korea, China and Europe between 2019 and 2021. However, in emerging markets, many telcos are still rolling out 3G or 4G, and many African countries are still heavily dependent on 2G.

"Here at MWC, everyone is talking about 5G, and 5G, of course, is going to bring along a lot of efficiencies but in Africa, in the continent where I am, have we really used 4G as yet?" Mariam Abdullahi, telco industry lead at SAP Africa, told ITWeb in an interview at MWC.

Countries could start by building 5G infrastructure from day zero, but that may not be the real solution because certain applications can still be run on 4G, like Narrowband IOT [Internet of things] or cellular IOT, so we don't necessarily need 5G in Africa. But obviously, if 5G is there it's always good," Moussa added.

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Telefónica and China Unicom have signed an agreement in the field of Internet of Things (IoT). Under the partnership the two companies will have access to each other networks and deploy their IoT services allowing their enterprise customers to use the best IoT technologies and accelerate the deployment of global IoT connectivity solutions in their businesses.

The agreement will contribute to consolidate their respective leading positions in Europe, Latin America and China, three of the most important IoT markets in the world.

The company has operations in 17 countries and 344 million accesses around the world. Telefónica has a strong presence in Spain, Europe and Latin America, where the company focuses an important part of its growth strategy.

China Telecom has partnered Orange Business Services, HKT, and Telenor Connexion to extend its common platform for Internet of Things (IoT) to the European, African, Hong Kong and other Asian markets.

This came on the heels of the launch of China Telecom's IoT Open Platform with Ericsson. The IoT Open Platform, which is powered by Ericsson's Device Connection Platform (DCP), enables companies to manage their IoT devices from deployment, control, and scale. As such, it provides the enterprises with a unified overview and access of their networks.

With the strategic partnership, customers of the telcos will be allowed to deploy their IoT and machine-to-machine (M2M) services using each other's network.

HKT will be the connectivity partner of China Telecom in Hong Kong, Telenor Connexion for Europe and other Asian regions, and Orange for Europe and Africa. In return, China Telecom will support the three companies for their connectivity in China.

In addition, the three companies will work with China Telecom to enhance their existing IoT capabilities and test new technologies such as Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) and LTE-M for the global market.

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