Networking
Friday

DFA positioned to take advantage of 5G

Dark Fibre Africa sees a lot of opportunity coming from the approaching roll-out of 5G in South Africa.

SA's MTN to offer mobile service in Namibia

Thursday

Africa's biggest mobile telecoms firm, MTN Group, plans to launch a mobile service in Namibia in August.

Adlink, FFG partner on new robot operating system

Wednesday

ROS2 provides efficient middleware for data exchange and is becoming the API standard for smart robotics development, says Adlink.

Seacom upgrades network capacity

Tuesday

The company increases its subsea cable network capacity by 500Gbps to reach 1.5Tbps.

Minister pins hopes on new ICT companies

Tuesday

Despite government's poor reputation in running companies, the telecoms ministry is confident establishing two new state-owned ICT companies bodes well for the country.

Build your data centre with the right interconnect

Monday

Modern data centre application performance demands can be met using scale-out distributed architecture, says Mellanox.

Vodacom misused 'best network' claim

8 Jun

The Advertising Standards Authority rules that Vodacom cannot use the phrase: "SA's best network for three years in a row" in its advertising.

Seacom regroups in fibre push

8 Jun

The company undergoes structural changes while looking to make acquisitions to boost its fibre network.

CSIR develops test bed to prepare Africa for 5G

7 Jun

The institute aims to support research on key technology building blocks for 5G, and support development and experimentation on use cases.

Huawei introduces intent-driven network solution in SA

The Huawei CloudCampus solution will help enterprise networks respond quickly to operational needs.

Cloud: what the market wants to know

Cloud adoption success in the modern workplace is a hot topic as the industry awaits the arrival of Microsoft's Azure data centres in SA, says Nicolas Blank, group CEO of NBConsult.

IOT is going to change our networks forever: Aruba

5 Jun

All manner of data can be collected from today's WiFi networks, and with IOT, it's about to become a lot more crowded.

China Telecom Global, Liquid Telecom partner

The companies will collaborate to provide Africa and Asia with network solutions and services.