Vox has announced a partnership with Netstream and SA Digital Villages to broaden its fibre-to-the-home reach.
The video-on-demand service has grown to over 75 million daily viewers, three months after its global roll-out.
The global company enters the local market to take on the likes of SqwidNet, Vula Telematix and Vox.
Vox joins forces with Veeam and First for Cloud to provide cloud-based backup solutions to local businesses.
Vox CEO Jacques du Toit has a vision to bundle asset-trackers into the company's fibre-to-the-home offerings.
The company has seen business boom over the last year, with big plans in the fibre market for 2018, says CEO Jacques du Toit.
CEO Jacques du Toit says the company's new IOT platform has multiple use cases for SA's farmers.
Vox's Jacques du Toit says the company is in the process of reinventing itself.
The company has bundled many of its IT solutions into an integrated IT-as-a-service.
The Avaya Equinox Meetings video conferencing service aims to virtually connect people across a variety of systems, devices and locations around the world.
The video service debuts, with plans to allow people to submit shows, as the social media network vies with Alphabet's YouTube for ad revenue.
The Vox subsidiary will deploy FTTH to a further 15?000 homes in Gauteng and the Western Cape this year.