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Cloud migration spurs SD-WAN adoption

The local market is slowly moving towards software-defined wide area networking adoption.


MTN launches LTE LAA

The mobile technology is an evolution of LTE-Unlicensed technology, which enables LTE to utilise unlicensed spectrum to enhance network capacity.


BBM News comes to SA

The free social service is now available in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and SA.


ICASA mulls changes to equity ownership regulation

The regulator seeks comment on how it should approach the implementation of the ICT Sector Code in terms of ownership by historically disadvantaged groups.


Liquid Telecom, Intelsat partner to boost African broadband

The companies say the deal will help deliver more bandwidth with greater efficiency, to meet the growing needs of businesses across Africa.


Verizon profit, revenue miss Wall Street view

The multinational telecoms conglomerate reports its first quarterly loss of subscribers, even as it offered an unlimited data plan.


DFA tight-lipped on possible sale

Dark Fibre Africa will not comment on market speculation its parent company is in talks to sell it to Internet Solutions.


ICASA, Mozambique regulator sign technical agreement

The deal includes co-operation in respect of spectrum management for telecommunications and broadcasting services.


Vodacom pushes out Tanzania IPO date

Investors will have another three weeks to apply for shares to be listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange, Vodacom Tanzania MD Ian Ferrao tells ITWeb.

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