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While developed markets around the world are racing to saturate their territories with high-speed broadband connections, African nations are lagging behind. In South Africa, a consortium funded by the TIA (Technology Innovation Agency) consisting of the CSIR (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research), UCT (University of Cape Town) and ECA (East Coast Access) has emerged with a mobile streaming platform called Tuluntulu (meaning “stream” in Zulu), that allows for video streaming on GSM/EDGE networks that operate at speeds below 50kbps.
As the speeds at which people connect to the internet increases, online video content becomes more elaborate as it proliferates. The world’s largest video platform, YouTube, streams six billion hours of video each month, but a large part of the developing world is missing out.
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