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OSP range: solutions through products

Tank Industries offers outside plant products like customer premises units, indoor and outdoor distribution boxes and slack bins.

Concerned about network performance when moving to cloud?

Complete our quick Cloud Networking Survey and you could win a Huawei phone or a Garmin for cycling.

High spectrum prices hit developing nations hard

Too expensive spectrum assignments hinder the uptake of mobile broadband services by consumers in developing economies, a GSMA report finds.

Available off-grid telco service options

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The satellite service option is the most reliable option for off-grid locations, say Q-KON.

Liquid Telecom in venture to build Cape to Cairo fibre network

The company signs a deal with Telecom Egypt to enable it to complete Africa's terrestrial fibre network.

Cloud computing is most transformative IT trend, says AWS

Amazon Web Services uses its summit in Cape Town to highlight the transformative nature of cloud computing as well as its continued investment in SA.

Second SA city gets Amazon CloudFront edge location

Amazon Web Services will establish a new Amazon CloudFront edge location in Cape Town, giving customers faster content delivery.

Broadband rollout to govt sites hits a snag

The telecoms department fails to connect 327 sites in rural municipalities by its June deadline, and misses SA Connect targets once again.

How SA's broadband speeds compare to the rest of the world

The country is now ranked at number 76 out of 200 countries in regards to the average global broadband speed.

ICT Tenders: Down to nuts and bolts

This week's National Tender Bulletin sees government on a hardware drive.