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New WD solid-state drives launched in SA

26th May 2017 Data storage multinational Western Digital has launched its new WD Green and Blue range of high-performance solid-state drives (SSDs) in South Africa for business and private users. The drives can be used to boost the performance of computer equipment, says Western Digital Storage Technology... 

Active citizenry mobile platform launched in Eastern Cape

26th May 2017 The OR Tambo district municipality, in the Eastern Cape, rolled out a citizen engagement omni-channel digital platform – Thetha Nathi, which means “talk to us” in isiXhosa – that enables citizens to engage directly with the municipality on service delivery issues, says telecommunication service... 

Data preparation should be part of business intelligence offering

26th May 2017 Business intelligence (BI) service providers should offer data preparation as an integral part of analytic platforms to overcome the delays and problems caused by unprepared, incorrectly formatted or “dirty” data, says business intelligence subsidiary AIGS Yellowfin South Africa sales and... 

Neutral Internet exchange point reaches 170 Gb/s and five-year milestones

19th May 2017 Data centre company Teraco’s neutral Internet exchange point (IXP) peering subsidiary NAPAfrica has grown to 170 Gb/s with 386 members since 2012, and is ranked as the third-largest IXP in the southern hemisphere, says Teraco CEO Lex van Wyk. The NAPAfrica IXPs are collocated in all Teraco data... 

Combining satellite and terrestrial connectivity can help fast-track Africa’s digitalisation

19th May 2017 Satellite connectivity has a role to play as part of hybrid infrastructure systems for Africa and can help companies digitally transform themselves and improve the competitiveness of economies, says satellite communications solutions company SES Africa commercial head Laurent Petit. African... 

Homo naledi coexisted with Homo sapiens, new research asserts

19th May 2017 The Homo naledi hominin species, first described in 2015, has been found to have coexisted in sub-equatorial Africa with other hominin species and was likely present in the same general region as the Homo sapiens species – the direct ancestors of modern humans – scientists say. The age of the... 

AI systems seen as key to managing contact centre as volumes rise

12th May 2017 Using artificial intelligence (AI) systems will be necessary to effectively manage the volumes of simultaneous customer interactions over multiple contact channels in digital economies, says customer interaction software developer Hi.guru strategic business development consultant Nicholas... 

SA telcos broadening ICT services portfolios

12th May 2017 South African telecommunications providers are pursuing mobile-data-driven diversification strategies that are creating growth opportunities for the industry and are bolstering their information and communication technology (ICT) services portfolios, Frost and Sullivan’s ‘South African ICT... 

Banks warned of ATMs being infected remotely by malware

12th May 2017 Cybersecurity multinational Kaspersky Lab advises banks in the Middle East, Africa and Turkey to check random-access memory (RAM), network and registry logs to determine whether the fileless ATMitch malware is present. The ATMitch uses in-memory malware to infect banking networks. This malware is... 

Huawei's SA OpenLab to focus on safe city, smart grid solutions

12th May 2017 Information and communication technology multinational Hauwei has launched an OpenLab in South Africa that will focus on safe city and smart grid technologies, says Huawei South Africa deputy CEO Alex Du. The research and development laboratory is one of seven Huawei OpenLabs that will be opened... 

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