ATDI strengthening its partnership to Africa Universities with Botswana

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ATDI’s Africa Expansion: Botswana signing off for ICS telecom V15

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ATDI proudly signs off for ICS telecom V15 provision with Botswana International University of Science & Technology (BIUST)

Botswana International University of Science & TechnologyBIUST acquires 15 ICS telecom licenses. After University of Botswana in Gaborone, who has already been using ICS telecom for several years now, Botswana, who is strongly focusing on and investing in the education sector, joins ATDI in a partnership to further prepare and shape Botswana’s future through training and educating its students on ICS telecom V15 software that is already used by more than 2000 corporates worldwide and contributing in this way to enhance access to the labor market for junior graduates.

ICS telecom V15, the reference tool for advanced radio planning and spectrum engineering software since 1990 (ICS Version 1), is the key package in the planners’ toolkit. It is capable of modelling any size of radio system from intensive local area to extensive countrywide. ICS telecom V15 provides benefit at all stages of network ownership and regulation bodies.
After “Ecole Supérieure Multilingue des Télécommunications” (ESMT) in Senegal, ATDI places another brick in the wall for strengthening its partnership and collaboration with Africa universities and hence expanding its influential leadership and prescription zone with its full implication and commitment to contribute to the development of “Tomorrow’s Africa”, with a key focus on education.

The Botswana International University of Science & Technology, or BIUST, is an international university located in the town of PalapyeBotswana. It is the southern African nation’s second university, after the University of Botswana in the country’s capital, Gaborone.

The university was established by the Botswana International University of Science and Technology Act of 2005. Construction began in December 2009 and was funded by the Botswana Government. Enrolment at the university began in March 2011 and the first semester commenced in August of the same year. The project is accommodating 6,000 students.

The Academic structure of the university covers three colleges: College of Engineering & Technology, College of Information & Communication Technology, College of Sciences

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