Angola is set to send its satellite into Orbit on December 7th, said the Russian News Agency Sputnik, which quoted the director of Missile and Space Energy Corporation Designer, Yevgeny Mikrin, as saying.
Luanda - The government has been creating conditions to make national cyberspace more and more secure.
Luanda - Angolan minister of Telecommunications and Information Technologies José Carvalho da Rocha Wednesday in Luanda encouraged greater participation of private entrepreneurs in the opportunities available in the sector.
Luanda - The Minister of Telecommunications and Information Technologies, José Carvalho da Rocha, said Thursday in Luanda that Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) represent a useful tool in the development of the daily activities of women, especially in the field of business.
Luanda - The launch of the Angola’s first satellite Angosat 1 will pave the way for the emergence of small telecommunication companies, especially in remote areas of the country.
Luanda - A lecture on challenges, benefits and opportunities offered by Angola’s first satellite, Angosat-1, is taking place on Tuesday in Luanda.
Luanda - Angola Cables company controls about 70 percent of Internet traffic in the country, said Friday in Luanda the engineer Domingos Carroz.
Luanda - The world of creation and invention in Angola won , in 2016, a consolidated recognition at local and international level, after the country was awarded four gold, two silver and five bronze medals at the 6th The International Trade Fair iENA held in Nuremberg, Germany, totalling 11 and reaching the figure of the 2015 edition.