The SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry wants tougher policy interventions, as copper theft increased by R1 million between August and September.
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Facebook's Internet.org offering will inevitably come to SA, but is unlikely to be openly welcomed by most operators.
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Duxbury Networking has launched the Cyberoam CR50iNG, an enterprise security appliance offering comprehensive network protection against a range of evolving threats through the integration of multiple security features into one device.
Targeted at network users on the lookout for additional range and speed, Duxbury Networking has released the Netgear D6200, a (802.11ac) standards-based, dual-band gigabit wireless WiFi modem/router featuring a built-in ADSL2+ modem.