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Mines are overcoming traditional connectivity challenges by opting for 5G private networks, says Sudipto Moitra, GM – ICT at MTN SA Enterprise Business.
The award underscores ZTE's commitment to innovation in the exploration and application of AI, particularly native AI.
Amid the debate about faster sunsetting of older technologies, the move should start with 3G, and then be followed by 2G, say Vodacom executives.
As fifth-generation technology increasingly becomes widely adopted, latest projections indicate 180 million 5G mobile subscriptions in Sub-Saharan Africa by 2029.
The publication of the final next-generation radio frequency spectrum policy is approved, as ICASA readies next auction.
The Cambium QoE solution is hardware agnostic and can be incorporated into any broadband network, regardless of the underlying technology.
The acquisition marks HOSTAFRICA's eighth strategic acquisition since its inception.
Merge X creates a shared services backend, helping small ISPs overcome capital and skills challenges.
The ‘Small Business, Big Opportunity’ report said business owners see technology as a crucial part of their success, says David Farquharson, CEO of iONLINE ISP.
SA-born Elon Musk’s Starlink satellite company does not have a licence to operate in the country, says the regulator.
Local telcos weigh-in on the anticipated next auction round to access more spectrum, as Telkom seeks postponement.
By doubling the bandwidth but keeping the price the same, Zoom Fibre is making high-speed fibre more accessible to the average South African.