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Synergizing E-infrastructures Initiatives to Foster e-Research in Higher Education Institutions in Africa
(UbuntuNet Alliance, 2011-11)
It is expected that improved connectivity will enable African Tertiary education and research institutions to generate a proportionate amount of intellectual property goods to achieve parity with the rest of the world. ...
An Evaluation of Peering and Traffic Engineering in the Pan-African Research and Education Network: A case for Software Defined Internet Exchange Points
(UbuntuNet Alliance, 2014-11)
Despite an increase in the number of Internet eXchange Points (IXPs) in Africa, as well as proliferation of submarine and terrestrial fibre optic cable systems, a large proportion of Internet traffic exchanged among Africa’s ...
e-Infrastructure Acceptance in e-Health, e- Learning and e-Agriculture in Zimbabwe: The Quest for the User Acceptance Variable
(UbuntuNet Alliance, 2013-11)
One of the best ways to achieve global literacy is through communication, collaborative learning, research, and problem solving. Technology helps tremendously in these areas, so it is a great tool to use in this process. ...
Executable Infrastructure for Regional Collaboration
(UbuntuNet Alliance, 2015-11)
E-Infrastructure has, over the years, proven its worth in enabling scientific collaboration, even at regional and global scales. The adoption of common platforms such as HPC, data management, etc has made sharing of ...