Pinging Africa - A decadelong quest aims to pinpoint the internet bottlenecks holding Africa back

  • R. Les Cottrell
  • Published 2013 in IEEE Spectrum

Abstract

The University of Kinshasa, the largest university in the Democratic Republic of Congo, has nearly 30 000 students, faculty, and research staff-but only 800 computers. And although its internal data network is fast enough to support on-campus e-mail, virtual library access, and online coursework, its link to the outside world is no better than that of a… (More)

Cite this paper

@article{Cottrell2013PingingA, title={Pinging Africa - A decadelong quest aims to pinpoint the internet bottlenecks holding Africa back}, author={R. Les Cottrell}, journal={IEEE Spectrum}, year={2013}, volume={50}, pages={54-59} }