BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY MEDIA COMPANY
Companies
Sectors
Wireless
4:00

Big businesses say ICASA ‘running amok’ with spectrum

The association of SA’s largest businesses says the regulator continues to make decisions that undermine the country’s growth path and trajectory.

3:30

SA can’t afford further spectrum delays, says industry body

The South African Communications Forum urges ICASA to follow robust consultative processes, as it prepares for the next spectrum licensing process.

2:50
Wednesday

Workforce mobility and end-user devices

Workforce mobility will become part of the standard operating procedure of organisations well into the future, says Ralph Berndt, sales and marketing director of Syrex.

2:00
Wednesday

Huawei nova Y60 delivers high performance all day - at an affordable price

The Huawei nova Y60’s 5 000mAh battery is extended by power-saving AI algorithms and ultra-power-saving mode, supporting video playback for up to 15 hours on a single charge.

1:30
Tuesday

Telkom moots separate JSE listing of subsidiary

The company seeks a separate listing of its Swiftnet masts and towers business on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.

5:00
Tuesday

Worries over ICASA’s timing of B-BBEE requirements

Internet service providers suggest the April 2022 deadline does not give them enough time to establish effective agreements to implement transformation requirements.

2:30
Tuesday

The HUAWEI Wi-Fi6 AX3 router and HUAWEI B535 router: The future of connectivity

The HUAWEI Wi-Fi6 AX3 supports multiple connections without latency, which is vital when many people are trying to attend meetings, meet deadlines and attend online classes at once.

4:50

MultiChoice enters ISP game with DStv Internet launch

The pay-TV giant has launched DStv Internet to provide internet access to those who do not have access to fibre services.

4:20

Global initiative to give 3.4bn access to smartphones

The Vodafone and ITU project will identify policy, commercial and circular-economy interventions to increase smartphone access.

4:40
17 Sep

Taming the edge with wireless WAN technology

Wireless WAN solutions, especially those focused on enabling the edge, are the ticket to the type of networks we need today and tomorrow, says Axiz CTO Jacques Malherbe.

2:50

BPO deal aims to create 900 new jobs in Durban

The contract to help service T-Mobile-owned firm Metro’s client base from SA will provide 900 call centre and supporting jobs in the city.

3:40

SITA sets aside sizeable investment to upgrade network

The State IT Agency confirms a R400 million investment to upgrade its core network infrastructure, to be completed in a five-year phased approach.