Media Library


AfricaConnect Project launch video

This video talks about the importance of a high speed internet connection. The video was shown during the launch of UbuntuNet network in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania on the 15th November 2012, and Lisbon, Portugal on the 28th November 2012.

eInfrastructures in Africa

This video talks about the eInfrastructure landscape in Africa and the presentation was delivered by Tiwonge Msulira Banda of UbuntuNet Allience for Research and Education Networking

Dr Francis Tusubira - Chief Executive Officer - UbuntuNet Alliance

 The  video presentation centers on  "Research and Education Connectivity - Unlocking the Intellectual Potential of Africa-Based Researchers" and it happened on the 12-13 July 2011 in Rabat Morocco


This video explains the GLOBAL (Global Linkage Over BroadBAnd Links). This was an EU FP7 Project. The Project ended on 31st October 2010.

Promoting African Research and Education Networking in Africa

As the title of the video suggests, this video introduces UbuntuNet Alliance, what its objectives are, its partners, how African Research can be promoted and what Researchers can do to promote resource sharing

Acacia and Connectivity: Innovations for ICTs in Africa

This video consists of different individuals from different organisations explaining what innovations have taken place so far in the field of ICT for the benefit of the people


Training of Trainers Innitiative NSRC and UbuntuNet Alliance in Uganda

April 28-May 5: The Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC) and partners of the UbuntuNet Alliance began another chapter of the Train-the-Trainers initiative in Uganda. NSRC staff and collaborators Brian Candler, Patrick Okui, Dale Smith, Andy Linton and Philip Smith assisted and taught in a Campus Network Design workshop held at Uganda Christian University (UCU) as well as providing direct engineering 



UbuntuNet CONNECT with Peter Burnette

Peter Burnett, Programme Manager for Library Curricula and Network Management, speaks about his work for the International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications (INASP) and national research and education networks (NRENs) to help them strengthen national connectivity, bandwidth management and campus networks