All Press Releases for April 29, 2021

Ken Ananyi Sees WiFi as a Major Part of Africa's Future

Kendall Ananyi Sees WiFi as a Major Part of Africa's Future. Here's how.

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA, April 29, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The explosion of the internet around the world has opened up countless opportunities for people. Whether it is learning, connecting, or growing a business, the internet has the opportunity to shrink the world in many ways and give people a chance to expand in ways that they never thought possible.

Unfortunately, limitations in Africa have held a lot of the continent back. There is a lack of outstanding internet solutions that are reliable and affordable, but many businesses are looking to change that sooner rather than later. Kendall Ananyi, the CEO of Tizeti, believes that his company is just one of many that can make a change for the better in the future.

Internet in Africa

Kendall Ananyi is one of several innovators that have offered internet services in certain parts of Africa for a while. The focus is not only on expansion but attempting to make the internet more reliable than ever. It can be frustrating for people to deal with constant outages and slow down with the internet, especially with so much new media relying on video and other intense functions. The internet in today's world is much different from the early days, which means consistent bandwidth throughout the day.

Internet providers are also focusing more and more on mobile solutions, as people rely on accessing everything on the go. Whether it is a smartphone, tablet, or laptop, having internet solutions virtually anywhere can make a huge difference. Staying connected throughout the day is becoming pretty much a necessity.

The price of the internet

Having quality internet opportunities is one thing, but if it is not affordable, it will never take off in Africa as it should. Many people are struggling to make ends meet as it is, and they cannot afford ultra-expensive internet solutions. Only the very rich in some areas have access to quality internet, and companies are hoping to change that to level the playing field a bit.

With high-quality, accessible internet, those with a thirst to learn and better themselves will have every opportunity to do so. Affordable solutions for all unlocked the full potential of the internet. Kendall Ananyi's Tizeti is one company that is hoping to make that a possibility. Prices continue to be some of the lowest out there, and new initiatives are launched all the time to reduce prices even more.

Stepping into a connected Africa

Ultimately, a connected Africa is a better Africa. Internet access should be available to a higher amount of those living on the continent. With many visionaries working on making that a reality, a connected Africa is becoming a real reality.

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