Siphiwe Nelwamondo
Jul 10, 2014

MNOs add VPN services

Africa's wireless carriers are primed to provide protected business services for enterprises.

Apr 30, 2014

Africa's bold enterprise-telecom goals

Mobile operators apply within to expand services to business customers.

Mar 6, 2014

Making mobile inroads in Africa

Multinational growth on the continent and lack of legacy carriers leave VPN service enterprise opportunities to mobile operators.

Feb 10, 2014

Mobile moves into enterprise

With subscriber penetration rates over 100% in some African countries, telecoms companies look for the next business frontier.

Jan 16, 2014

Back to (LTE) basics

LTE traffic can be secured from the handset to the base station, but that's all.

Nov 26, 2013

LTE from here to there

If hackers cannot get into the mobile microwave backhaul network, they cannot harm it.

Oct 24, 2013

Play it safe with LTE

Secure management is needed to protect long-term evolution backhaul administration.

Sep 20, 2013

LTE is here

As mobile networks move to IP technology, security challenges crop up yet again.

Jul 24, 2013

LTE backhaul considerations

Factors other than the technological and technical come into play with LTE deployment.

Jun 18, 2013

Increasing LTE's ability

Meeting the backhaul capacity requirements of long-term evolution.

May 13, 2013

Enabling LTE

Increasing microwave capacity will accommodate the mobile data boom.

Apr 15, 2013

Enabling LTE

The jury is still out on how to meet the backhaul requirements of long-term evolution.

Siphiwe Nelwamondo
technical marketing manager with Aviat Networks.

Siphiwe Nelwamondo is a technical marketing manager with Aviat Networks, a global provider of microwave backhaul solutions. In this role, Nelwamondo is responsible for technical marketing and business development for the South Africa, East Africa and Middle East regions. He is an industry professional with more than 10 years of experience in the telecommunications industry, including international exposure. Most recently, he worked in France for two years, where he supported Middle East and Africa teams in managing complex multi-technology IP transformation projects. He has previously held technical positions with companies such as Alcatel-Lucent and Telkom South Africa. Nelwamondo received his MSc Degree from ESIEE, an Engineering University of Electronics in Paris. He also holds an M-Tech Degree from Tshwane University of Technology.