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3:10
12 hours ago

Why speech analytics is a game changer for contact centres

Speech analytics can assist in determining the level of customer satisfaction based on the language used, and ensure that compliance requirements are met.

2:20

ITU marks World Television Day

Television has become an integral part of life, accounting for 80% of all consumer Internet traffic, says the ITU.

2:30

Thebe invests in VOD provider Discover Digital

The BEE investment firm buys a 51% stake in Discover Digital, as it looks to increase its digital and fintech portfolio.

2:20

MTN, ZTE showcase Africa’s first live 5G video call

The companies successfully undertook Africa’s first live video call using 5G network technology at AfricaCom 2019.

3:40

Sentech fancies streaming services market

The broadcasting signal distributor is keen to become an over-the-top platform, as it explores business growth areas.

4:50

Elbex Technologies’ intelligent video-monitoring project named Fujitsu 2019 SELECT Innovation Award winner

Elbex Technologies combined its video expertise, algorithms and intelligence with Fujitsu’s PRIMERGY servers to transform passive video surveillance information into a smart data system.

5:00

MultiChoice posts strong results with R25.7bn revenue

The pay-TV operator’s revenue goes up 4% despite facing pressure from over-the-top players.

3:50

Dispelling the myth: huddle room complexity

Plug-and-play hardware takes the complexity out of running a huddle session with remote teams as they can use any audio or video-conferencing software.

3:20

Record demand for flexible new conference phone

The ability to add multiple digital microphones to the Konftel 800, along with its audio quality and user-friendly design, has heightened interest.

6:00
31 Oct

TV streaming wars intensify as Apple TV+ launches in SA

MultiChoice’s high prices and an increasing number of unhappy customers will lead to viewers switching to the new Apple TV+, predict analysts.

2:10

Microsoft tech to combat crime in Durban’s inner city

The software giant and Durban Metro Police Service partner to introduce a smart policing system.