ITU
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Yesterday

Roadblocks ahead in SA's 5G journey

There is still a lot of work that needs to be done before even thinking of a 5G network in SA, says Frost & Sullivan.

3:40
12 Sep

MTN calls for scarce spectrum to be unlocked

CEO Rob Shuter says the company is struggling to increase data adoption among its users.

2:40

Digital divide still persists in many countries

The challenge of connecting people living in rural and remote areas to the Internet persists in many countries, says the ITU.

2:50
10 Sep

MTN 'to move past' Nigeria impasse

MTN chief Rob Shuter believes the company is going to be able to make its case to Nigerian authorities.

2:20

Artificial intelligence in healthcare framework in the works

Two United Nations organisations join forces to establish a standards framework on how to leverage artificial intelligence-powered tech in the health sector.

4:20
May 29, 2018

Telkom takes wait-and-see approach to 5G

The telco is waiting for the 5G standards to be finalised before it invests too much money in the next-generation technology.

4:20
Apr 16, 2018

SA on path to digital radio

Digital broadcasting services can improve spectrum efficiency and spectrum management, and offer choice for South African audiences, says ICASA.

2:00

Kaspersky, ITU-T strengthen IOT security

Attacks on cyber-physical systems can affect not only the information aspects, but also functional safety, says Kaspersky Lab.

1:20
Jan 12, 2018

East London community gets digital TV decoders

The communications ministry begins installing government-subsidised set-top boxes in East London's Scenery Park.

1:40

ITU symposium to continue facilitating ICT development

The Telecommunication Development Bureau's director pledges to ensure the conference achieves its knowledge-sharing goal.

3:30

Emerging tech to transform ICT ecosystem

The ITU's measuring report identifies IOT, cloud computing, big data and AI as the key trends that will drive the digital revolution.

2:20
Nov 15, 2017

SA slumps to 92nd spot in ICT rankings

The ITU development index shows a significant drop in the country's rankings, as it slides down four places from 88th position last year.