Telecommunication Technologies

The ICT Museum gallery displays telecommunications equipment, media & broadcasting, and the initial main frame & personal computers technologies: Morse code, Magneto phones, Auto-Rotary dial phones, Push button, Facsmile Machines, Codeless phones, Fixed wireless mobile (ETAC), Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) phones, Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) phones, Internet Protocol (IP) phones, GSM mobile phones, range of telecommunication cables, magnetic tapes, telecom switches & PBX's, 286-486, pentium 1-4, Imac 1-4 Desktop computers and laptops; Data capture magnetic disks, magnetic tape and CD's, DVD's, BD. The East Africa Postal and Telecommunications (E.A.P & T) later K.P.T.C then Telecom Kenya Limited (T.K.L) & Postal Corporation of Kenya (P.C.K) monopolized the voice, postal & Courier service network services from the 60's to the year 1997 when liberalization policies brought in mobile phone service providers by Celtel (1999), Safaricom (2000) and the Regulator (CCK) in 2002. Market Slogan: "Defying the Distance Worldwide"

Related Images

Mainframe and Abacus Computers

Generation of Computers

Telephone Evolution

Telecom Switching bar

History of Telephones


The mandate of the Multimedia University of Kenya ICT Museum is to share human technologies through Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).

ICT Museum is Global

The ICT Museum's objective is to discover, Interpret and disseminate knowledge about seismic shifts in the information age by means of collecting, classifying and preserving the natural and historical artifacts and publications.

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