Networking
3:50

Last chance to have your say on Home Affairs' modernisation plan

Only three days left to comment on the DHA's White Paper, which seeks to make the department fully digitised.

2:40

Where does SA fit in global broadband speeds?

New research from Compare the Market shows South Africa has the fastest average download speed when compared to nine African peers.

6:50

South Africa's 5G reality revealed

Despite the hype around the deployment of 5G in 2019, 3G remains the present reality for SA.

2:10

Global hyper-scalers to open up SA's cloud market

The local cloud services market is expected to explode when Amazon Web Services and Microsoft open their data centres in South Africa.

6:10

Extensive load-shedding hurts SA telcos

Local telcos experience connectivity issues due to ongoing Eskom blackouts caused by load-shedding, significantly increasing their operational costs.

3:40

Cloud: It's not about IT, it's about the app

The application owners must decide where their apps reside, and this is driving a shift in how IT and enterprises operate, says VMware's Dave Funnell.

3:40
8 Feb

Eskom at odds with researcher over alleged database leak

The power utility refutes claims by a cyber security researcher that a database leaked online belongs to the parastatal.

3:50

#SONA2019: Spectrum allocation, digital skills take priority

President Cyril Ramaphosa promises swift action on policy direction for spectrum licensing, adding that the education system will undergo a digital overhaul.

3:20
7 Feb

Not everyone is turning against Huawei

Turkcell's CEO calls Huawei "a reliable business partner", saying the partnership with the Turkish operator is "set to continue".

1:20

ZTE unveils AX6000 super gigabit WiFi home gateway

AX6000 WiFi can cover a wide range of home devices because it is compatible with standards such as WiFi 4 (802.11n) and WiFi 5 (802.11ac).

6:30
6 Feb

Noose tightens around Huawei as EU allies dwindle

While so many nations turning on one company is unprecedented in telecoms, Huawei is too big to be sunk by the current onslaught, but is surely hurting, say local analysts.