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The Regulatory Environment Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC The Global Network • A regional (sub-sea) network serving West Africa and connecting to Southern Europe • An international network extending connectivity to the rest of the world. • A single underlying infrastructure and common architecture for the region, utilizing best-of- breed service platforms The Network Infrastructure New York Lon don Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC The Regional Network • True Focus on Regional Inter- connectivity • The sub-sea regional network facilitates the ability to offer a full continuum of wholesale and retail communications services in cities The Network Infrastructure Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC IWTGC’s Open Interconnection IWTGC Customers All Cellular Providers All Landline Providers ISPs Power Companies Quality of Service NEPAD Initiatives Trans-Saharan Pipeline WAFS The Network Infrastructure Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC Regional Network Architecture Backbone Network • State-of-the-art Fiber-Optic Sub-sea System – Terabit capacity • Branching Units to allow for Country Independence and Regulatory Compliance • DWDM - 10 Gbps. Waves • Central City PoPs – End to End Service • All Optical Switching • All IP Service Layer Backbone Network cont. • Multiplexing Strategy – All Countries – Direct International Connectivity – Full Intra-Regional Connectivity – Special Communities of Interest The Network Infrastructure Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC Deployment of WiFi / WiMax technologies to construct local broadband networks in selected West African cities Ability to serve the small and medium sized business market and the residential market with a full complement of broadband services Infinity has the unique opportunity to be a first mover in the regional market and acquire significant market share for both businesspeople who travel in the region and those with expatriate relatives. Local Area Network Configuration The Local Network The Network Infrastructure Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC The End-User Business • The Cable is the Enabler • An Underserved Market Opportunity • Partnerships, Channel Distribution, and Direct • Multi-national enterprises data networking served through strategic Global Carrier tie-up • Small and medium sized enterprises (“SME”) –significant opportunity for service differentiation • Consumers will be served through multiple existing channels initially • Local as well as Regional Coverage – unique positioning • On-net to on-net services - pricing advantage The Business Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC Applications • Broadband access • VoIP • Email • Multi-Media Conferencing • IP Centrex & Outlook Integration • Web Hosting • Remote storage service • Unified Messaging • Presence • Streaming Video – News, Sports • Payments & Top Ups The Business Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC ICT for West Africa • An ICT Initiative for ECOWAS • Supporting Open Access Principles • Bringing all components of ICT under one roof A Holistic ApproachA Holistic Picture • Lacing together Cities of Excellence through Secure and Abundant Communications • Focus can now be on Applications • Facilitate Improved Economic Growth in the Region ICT – Centers of Excellence Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC ECOWAS Center of Excellence ICT – Centers of Excellence Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC ECOWAS Centers of Excellence ICT – Centers of Excellence Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies Confidential and Proprietary IWTGC PROJECT WEST AFRICA Presented By: Infinity Worldwide Telecommunications Group of Companies (IWTGC) 305 Madison Avenue Suite 449 New York, New York 10165 TEL: + 1.212.807.5549 FAX: +1.212.957.1912 e-mail: info@iwtgc.com www.iwtgc.com August, 2006
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Score: 1018874.4 - https://www.itu.int/net/wsis/c...projects/ipwa/presentation.pdf
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Cryptographic Hash Function A function that returns a unique fixed-length string. The returned string is unique for every unique input. (...) Digital signature A mathematical scheme used for presenting the authenticity of crypto-asset assets Distributed Ledger A database held and updated independently by each participant (or node) in a large net- work. The distribution is unique: records are not communicated to various nodes by a cen- tral authority. (...) Governance The administration in a blockchain company that decides the direction of the company Hard Fork Alters the blockchain data in a public blockchain.
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Score: 1018164.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page10.html
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Visionary CEOs from leading African companies are here with us today to highlight the “importance of driving impact through action and example”. (...) African countries therefore have the unique obligation to strategically implement not only the 2030 Agenda and its SDGs, but also the goals of Agenda 2063 of the African Union, dubbed “The Africa We Want.” (...) The United Nations Global Compact is uniquely positioned to support companies on their journey to a sustainable future, post-COVID-19.
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Score: 1013746.5 - https://www.un.org/pga/76/2022...ness-leaders-coalition-launch/
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Not only do the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) identify where we should be in 2030 to create the sustainable world we seek, but they also provide a unique chance for all sectors to rally around a common global agenda – one that unites us to take responsibility to improve people’s lives and save our planet. (...) DOWNLOAD BROCHURE SDG Action Manager enables your company to: Find your starting point. Learn which SDGs matter most to you based on your company profile, and how to take action today. (...) The SDG Action Manager is a unique tool that helps businesses take action and continuously improve on that action, and ultimately use their business as a force for good."
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Score: 1013746.5 - https://www.unglobalcompact.or...take-action/sdg-action-manager
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From the south of Herzegovina, Farmavit: Pioneering steps towards an unchallenged market leader | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Bosnia and Herzegovina Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English BHS Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Back Select Language BHS Home Bosnia and Herzegovina From the south of Herzegovina, Farmavit: Pioneering steps towards an unchallenged market leader From the south of Herzegovina, Farmavit: Pioneering steps towards an unchallenged market leader April 11, 2022   Sa juga Hercegovine, Farmavit: Pionirskim koracima do apsolutnog lidera na tržištu   A small town of Ljubinje in the south of Herzegovina is a home to the Farmavit company, a producer of unique garlic products, homegrown in sunny Herzegovinian fields. (...) Stefan is one of the company’s employees and currently the most responsible for the garlic production process. (...) “Thanks to the support of the EU4Business project, we’ve succeeded in improving working conditions and productivity, reducing costs and offering unique products for our customers. As we’ve improved garlic production, our annual buy-off quantities went up by 10 tonnes,” says Stefan.    
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Score: 1011182.2 - https://www.undp.org/bosnia-he...rds-unchallenged-market-leader
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We wanted to share with you some of the unique and inspiring solutions that we came across until we create a virtual catalogue.  (...) Alemayehu has found a way to weave these items into unique patterns that become incorporated into shoes and bag in combination with local leather. (...) This social enterprise has found creative ways of incorporating recycled car tires as notebook covers and goat hair as design accents in their notebooks to create a unique look and feel. while create a responsible corporate culture by consuming their waste, Feleke also provides recycled paper to other companies with the hopes of addressing some of the demand for paper products.
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Score: 1007948.8 - https://www.undp.org/ethiopia/...eople-turning-waste-livelihood
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Malawi's Unique Drone Corridor | UNICEF Office of Innovation  Skip to main content Office of Innovation  Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Office of Innovation  Explore the Office of Innovation About us Job vacancies Contact us Press Centre Main navigation What we do Research and Reports Stories Take Action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Malawi's Unique Drone Corridor The Government of Malawi and UNICEF test drones to improve children's lives Chris Fabian UNICEF/UN070530/Brown 03 July 2017 The year is 2022.  (...) For young entrepreneurs and technologists like Godfrey, the Drone Corridor offers another unique opportunity.  Global companies that participate in the Corridor will be required to spend time training and working with local students, engineers, and entrepreneurs and sharing the skills and opportunities that this emerging industry provides. 
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Score: 1007243.6 - https://www.unicef.org/innovat...s/malawi-unique-drone-corridor
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SCOPE OF UNIC 6. The Unique Identification Code Methodology is a unique referencing system for use between parties as a means of referring to a trade transaction and/or con- signment. (...) This data element identifies uniquely the trade transaction or consignment within the company identified by the Party identification code. The Reference should be created and administrated by the company identified in that code and must be a unique reference within that company. 17.
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Score: 1006013.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ec08/rec08rev1_1992_inf119.pdf
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It seems clear that traditional insurance companies and smaller players need to match these capabilities or see their market share dwindle.'' (...) Last year, InsWeb had 3 million ''unique user sessions'' and nearly the same number in the first half of this year alone. (...) The industry argues that it faces unique problems in migrating to the Web: the complexity of insurance products, the costs of changing existing computer systems that have been specifically designed for those products and the agents who have always been the distributors of those products.
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Score: 1005270.5 - https://www.itu.int/newsarchive/wtd/1999/iht10/tfi-07.html
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UN Annual Forum 2015 Side Event Due diligence in conflict-affected areas: the roles of different stakeholders Organizers: Al-Haq; Essex Business & Human Rights Project; International Alert; swisspeace Background UN Guiding Principle 7 makes it clear that conflict-affected areas present unique challenges, and therefore unique obligations. (...) We cooperate closely with the Business Advisory Board of swisspeace, which includes representatives from companies of different sectors, branches and sizes. We assist companies in identifying the conflict-related risks of their operations and in developing adequate conflict sensitive business practices.
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Score: 1005270.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ueDiligenceInConflictZones.pdf
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