Broadband
3:50

SMEs accuse Gauteng Broadband Network of corruption

The SMEs claim corrupt government officials are the architects of their troubles, as they favour working with bigger and established companies with deep pockets.

3:10
Thursday

Afrihost’s Air Mobile may induce customer churn, say analysts

Analysts believe if Afrihost sorts out availability issues, its new offering can disrupt the local mobile data market.

2:10
Thursday

Aruba brings WiFi connectivity to small businesses

The wireless networking vendor offers small businesses a new solution that aims to provide cost-effective connectivity to employees and customers.

3:30
Wednesday

SA, Kenya among highest data prices in Africa

South Africans pay around six times more for 1GB of data than mobile users in India, while Kenyans pay 10 times more than Indians, says an Opera report.

3:00

SA’s fixed-line, mobile ISPs jostle for market share

A combination of factors in the country sees Internet service providers in a very competitive market, says an analyst.

2:20

HCL Technologies presents multi-band mobile backhaul solution

The flexible solution is enabled by the Xilinx RFSoC platform to meet the growing demands of the 5G network.

5:50

5G to contribute $700bn to global economy by 2030

Over the next 10 years, global telecom operators will invest up to $1.5 trillion in 5G network rollouts, predicts research firm IDTechEx.

5:20
7 Jun

Nokia lays groundwork for aggressive 5G push in SA

The company reveals its grand plan to roll out 5G technology in SA and the rest of Africa.

6:00

What to do while waiting for 5G

Preparing for 5G means reimagining organisations around more flexible and democratic ways of working.

2:50

Cambium Networks launches additions to ePMP 802.11ac Wave 2 fixed wireless broadband solutions

The ePMP 3000L provides micro-pop connectivity and utilises GPS synchronisation for high scalability and spectral efficiency. [Local rep: Duxbury Networking]

5:40

GSMA cautions against poorly designed spectrum pathway

The mobile industry body warns against maximising revenues above the connectivity of citizens, as SA prepares to assign high-demand mobile spectrum sometime this year.