13th 15th September 2011

The Summit

13th 15th September 2011

NGT Summit Africa 2011

Summit Venue
Arabella Western Cape Hotel & Spa, South Africa

NGT Africa brings together the telecom sector's leading innovators to share ideas on the deployment of mobile, broadband and fixed services in a rapidly converging market.

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Why Attend

The African telecom market has explosive potential but technology and communications systems that allow operators to capitalize are often less apparent. Developing well aligned business plans and successfully rolling out new technologies are the key challenges facing CIOs and CTOs across the continent. Operators in all countries are developing systems to build market share in fixed network services, data, internet broadband, VoIP mobile communications, broadcasting, convergence and more.

The NGT Africa will serve as an arena for senior level executives to engage in clear and focused dialogue with their peers to examine their technology and management objectives in a relaxed and vibrant environment.

Technology executives will meet with up to 50 like minded peers and have ample formal and informal opportunity to network.

Technology executives will listen and participate in a highly skilled workshop and roundtable program. Delegates benefit from a balanced array of opinion and the opportunity to shape the key themes and content of the Summit. Please discuss this with your Summit representative.

Technology executives will engage in four pre-selected business meetings per day with solution providers who understand their position in the market.

Whilst there are a select group of sponsors in attendance, the program is designed with the end user in mind. The delegate attendance is comprised of the most well respected executives in the African telecommunications industry, and the meetings are designed to surpass the traditional exchange of business cards and allow executives to communicate on a personal level.


"It was a unique opportunity to see innovative solutions and products that we could use, also the networking has been great."

Ghana Telecom - David Mettle, CTO