Ghana’s NITA moves from WiMAX to LTE

24 May 2012

Ghana’s National Information Technology Agency (NITA) has said it will be upgrading its WiMAX base stations to Long Term Evolution (LTE) 4G cellular technology by the end of this year. The government agency, which is part of the Ministry of Communications, has deployed 30 WiMAX towers across the country which are used as part of its eGovernment network to connect government offices, health agencies, etc. NITA is now working with Huawei to deploy 30 new base stations and upgrade the existing sites to LTE.

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