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The 4th TzNOG kicks off in Dar-es-salaam @the BOT Conference Centre-22nd August,2016.

Below the opening ceremony with chief guest TCRA Director, Consumer and Industry Affairs Dr. Raymond Mfungahema, Abibu Ntahigiye TzNIC Manager & Ismail Settenda TISPA General Manager.

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TISPA visits Zanlink in Zanzibar ... See MoreSee Less

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TISPA attended the Annual EACO Assemblies Meetings in Kigali from the 20th - 24th June 2016 ... See MoreSee Less

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TISPA attended the Annual EACO Assemblies Meetings in Kigali from the 20th - 24th June 2016

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EACO Working Gropu 5 visit the TISPA secretariat.

The East African Communications Organization(EACO) is a regional organization that brings together national ICT regulators, operators, services providers (in the telecommunication, broadcasting and postal sub-sectors) ICT training institutions and other stakeholders in the communication sector within Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda.

The broad objective of EACO which was established in 2000, is to strengthen and promote cooperation among the five EAC Countries in the development and provision of postal, telecommunication and broadcasting services in East Africa and Headquartered in Kigali, Rwanda. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tanzania Internet Service Providers Association  ( TISPA )

TISPA strives to bring together the Internet community to collectively make the internet accessible to as many Tanzanians as possible. They are the founders of the Dar-es-salaam Internet eXchange Point (commonly known as the TIX) based on the 13th Floor, Posta House in Dar-es-salaam and the co-founders of tzNIC.

What an Internet eXchange Point.?

An Internet exchange point (IX or IXP) is a physical infrastructure through which Internet service providers (ISP's) exchange local traffic between their networks without having to use their upstream provider links. At the TIX we have over 20 peers using the IXP infrastructure

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IMG_20150413_113519The concept of Internet exchange points is build around interconnecting internet service providers at one point and utilizing dynamic routing

techniques, exchanging traffic destined for local services providers connected to the exchange point locally without utilizing the expensive international link capacity.

With the presence of an IXP, domestic traffic is peered at the exchange point, freeing the international links from congestion, enhancing faster speeds of data and reducing costs and delays.

 

 

About tzNIC

Tanzania Network Information Centre (tzNIC) is the Internet registry for .tz domain names. They manage the system that locates where a .tz mail or web server is located.

Through a consultative process, Tanzania Network information Centre (tzNIC), also a not-for-Profit Company (NGO) was established and registered (in 2006) to administer and manage the operations of the Tanzania country code Top Level Domain (.tz ccTLD). tzNIC is a limited company (by guarantee) with 2 founding members - TCRA (the regulator) and TISPA (the association of ISPs).

The TzNIC's mission is to promote the utilization of .tz domain names and to protect registrants' interests by ensuring reliable and secure registry infrastructure and database as well as affordable domain names.

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