iBurst
6:20
Sep 6, 2017

What went wrong for iBurst

Analysts believe iBurst's demise was inevitable, as the technology failed to keep up with the aggressive roll-out of high-speed broadband by other providers.

4:00
Oct 11, 2016

WBS, Transnet to coordinate spectrum use at ports

WBS will work together with ICASA and Transnet to mitigate interference risks that could occur if Transnet is granted a spectrum licence in the same band.

3:20
Sep 19, 2016

WBS to spend billions on 4.5G network

The Multisource-owned company announces a multibillion-rand investment to build a network that will be a precursor to 5G.

3:00
Nov 3, 2015

Multisource gets WBS' spectrum licences

The regulator approves the transfer of control of Wireless Business Solutions' service and spectrum licences to Multisource.

1:40

WBS buyout deal forges ahead

Multisource's acquisition of the iBurst and Broadlink parent company awaits the go-ahead from ICASA and the Competition Commission.

3:50

ICASA writes off R75m

The regulator accepts a settlement that sees it recover only half of Wireless Business Solutions' unpaid licence fees.

4:10

WBS sale presents market benefits

Multisource's purchase of the iBurst parent means a stronger player in the market and may also move the company into new, innovative market segments.

1:20
Aug 27, 2014

Panda, iBurst partner

Panda Security and the ISP have partnered to improve iBurst's security offering to its customers.

2:10
Feb 18, 2014

Pinnacle launches ICT skills learnership

The company has recruited 50 unemployed youth into its learnership programme, aimed at boosting SA's ICT skills pool.

1:50
Jan 21, 2014

iBurst programme to boost ICT skills pool

The firm kicks off an ICT learnership programme for 50 unemployed students in Soweto and Eldorado Park.

9:10
Jan 16, 2014

LTE: top priority and frustration

The wireless broadband technology globally is set to grow significantly this year, while SA is hamstrung by the lagging issue of spectrum allocation.

2:20
Oct 23, 2013

Collaborate for improved broadband, GDP

Solving SA's broadband troubles, and bringing down the cost to communicate, requires collaboration between operators and regulators, says iBurst.

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