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Energy Situation In Nigeria: Reflection on the Telecomms Industry

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  • Electricity (200MW) already accounts for more than ½ the lifetime cost of owning and operating a super computer.
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    • 1. Energy and the telecommunication industry in Nigeria
      Name: Osemhen Akhibi
      Department: Electrical / Electronics Engineering
      School: University of Lagos
    • 2. Current Problems Constant Power would solve...
    • 3. Power Generation: A Brief Expose
    • 4. Current Realities: Hard Facts!
    • 5. Identified Problems
    • 6. Case Study: India, A 3rd World Country with a First-Class Solution
    • 7. Possible Solutions
      Anticipated Results
    • 8. Challenges & How to tackle ‘em
    • 9. Results
    • 10. References
      Mohammed, Kasim B.; Why Electricity in Nigeria is in sorry condition; Daily Trust; December 2007
      Patel-Predd, Prachi; Energy-Efficient Ethernet; IEEE Spectrum; May 2008
      Ross, Phillip E.; A Computer for the Clouds; IEEE Spectrum; August 2008
      Katz, Randy H.; Tech Titans Building Boom; IEEE Spectrum; February 2009
      Roberts, Lawrence G.; The Internet is Broken; IEEE Spectrum; July 2009
    • 11. Team Members

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