Bespoke networks keep remote sites connected
A bespoke microwave link can provide the necessary coverage, at high capacity, in a much more cost-effective manner, says Comsol Networks.
WiFi: Broadening the mining sector’s horizon
Comsol wireless connectivity services are backed by customised SLAs that are proactively monitored by its 24/7/365 NOC.
Comsol Networks completes trial of TIP-incubated DCSG solution
The trial evaluated how open and disaggregation technology can function in Comsol’s existing network infrastructure.
Nelson Mandela University together with Comsol keeping the new generation connected
Comsol has helped the university to ensure connectivity around the network campus, allowing students to stay connected at all times, especially since remote learning due to COVID-19.
The wireless alternative
Broadband connectivity is more important than ever, and mmWave fixed wireless access 5G technologies will play a crucial part in leveraging the economic potential inherent in this.
Licensed microwave the connectivity of the future
mmWave, Licensed Microwave Fixed Wireless Internet Access is becoming a preferred connectivity solution for companies that trade through the cloud.
Comsol targets fixed wireless market with 5G network
The wireless infrastructure provider plans to use 5G for fixed wireless services and is targeting the fibre-to-the-home market.
Transforming the 5G dream to reality
With access to the largest tranche of contiguous 28GHz in SA, Comsol recently launched a live 5G pilot network in Soweto.
SA's golden 5G opportunity
Access to the Internet means access to learning opportunities, business opportunities, new technology and new markets, says Comsol.
The 'Amazon.com' of last-mile access
Comsol's enterprise service management systems give channel partners a real-time feasibility view of network coverage and the status of in-progress orders, says Marius Swart, CIO of Comsol.
5G provides leapfrog opportunity, but not without spectrum
Without spectrum being allocated soon, SA will fall behind when it comes to 5G, says Vodacom CEO Shameel Joosub.