Aug 15, 2019

Comsol connects Nokuphila School in Tembisa

Nokuphila’s new buildings use Comsol technology to access breakout communications from the primary school building.

Aug 14, 2019

Speed and performance… on the trails, over the network

Comsol provided kit sponsorship and support to Saicom's David Cooke and partner Brennan Anderson in the Absa Cape Epic mountain bike race.


Dark Fibre Africa talks 5G opportunity

5G’s required fibre densification is positive news for infrastructure players like Dark Fibre Africa.

May 2, 2019

Accelerit partners with Comsol

The partnership allows Accelerit to offer affordable business wireless broadband connectivity across SA.

Mar 19, 2019

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.

Sep 14, 2018

Comsol, Samsung lead SA into 5G era

Soweto's Vilakazi Street is lit up with 5G, as Comsol aims for commercial roll-out in 2019 in partnership with Samsung SA.

Sep 7, 2018

Vilakazi Street to light up with live 5G pilot network

South Korean hardware manufacturer Samsung partners with wireless infrastructure provider Comsol to test 5G in Soweto.

Apr 12, 2018

IOT tracks same path as cloud revolution

Comsol helps companies with the flexibility to leverage a hybrid approach to their Internet of things needs.

Feb 22, 2018

Comsol welcomes Greg Montjoie to the team

Montjoie joins the telecoms player to spearhead its Internet of things business.

Jan 23, 2018

Still using DigiNet?

The CX product range offers a performance that is equivalent to fibre, but with none of the drawbacks, which is why we refer to it as `fibre in the sky', says Justin Colyn, chief sales and marketing officer at Comsol.


Comsol launches nationwide high-speed open access network

Customers are guaranteed connectivity of a high capacity, uncontended product, underpinned by a carrier grade service level agreement.

Jun 29, 2016

Comsol sets sights on high-speed network

The company, backed by Convergence Partners, Nedbank and IDC, aims to connect over 200 towns and cities across SA.

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