ICASA wants emergency spectrum fees after telcos’ stellar results
The regulator asks telcos to pay for the emergency spectrum issued during the COVID-19 disaster regulations.
APTs in 2021: expect new threat angles, attack strategies
There isn’t a threat research team in the world that has full visibility of advanced persistent threat actors, says Kaspersky.
Andile Ngcaba touts broader support for start-ups, SMMEs
The Digital Council Africa plans to collaborate with industry players to boost support for start-ups and SMMEs, says council president Andile Ngcaba.
Telkom’s annual R6.7bn broadband project expands fibre footprint
The telco says it invests billions of rands in broadband infrastructure projects across SA annually, creating jobs for 1 400 employees through subcontractors.
The role of automation in developing intelligent networks
By taking advantage of the data available in the network – as well as other forms of external data such as weather conditions and adding the intelligence of machines – network operations can be performed in a smarter way.
Industry, academia jointly launch SA’s ‘first’ 5G lab
Huawei, Rain and Wits University establish South Africa and Africa’s 5G Innovation Lab, as part of cultivating human capacity and capability.
Owners of 5G-ready devices have long wait to full 5G
Limited 5G coverage and high-priced 5G devices are among the factors that will hinder the growth of SA’s 5G smartphone market, say analysts.
Govt mulls subsidised broadband access for low-income earners
Government is developing “innovative new models” to provide low-income households with access to affordable, high-speed Internet.
Apple finally joins 5G smartphone race with new iPhones
The technology giant enters the mobile 5G market, launching its flagship smartphones: the iPhone 12 and 12 Mini, alongside the 12 Pro range.