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Save the date: Securex South Africa 2019 set to continue on integrated physical and cybersecurity path

31st October 2018 On the back of the most successful Securex South Africa expo to date in 2018, Africa's leading security and fire trade exhibition will return to Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg for its 26th edition from 14 to 16 May 2019. “Securex South Africa 2018 drew in over 7,000 visitors, a more... 

Rain to launch 5G network

By: Natasha Odendaal     29th October 2018 South Africa’s newest data network provider, rain, is planning to deploy a fifth-generation (5G) broadband fixed-wireless network to support government’s drive for competition, lower data prices and improved access in the telecommunications industry. Teaming up with partners Huawei and Nokia, the... 

New genset aims to transform the power base of Africa’s telecoms towers

By: Natasha Odendaal     26th October 2018 Microturbine generator sets (genset) designer, developer, engineer and manufacturer Bladon Micro Turbine has developed a microturbine genset specifically designed for the global telecoms tower market. The Coventry-based group’s first commercial product, the 12kW Bladon MTG12, aims to dominate the... 

Telecommunications industry loses billions of rands on the back of regulatory uncertainty

By: Natasha Odendaal     18th October 2018 The South African telecommunications industry needs regulatory certainty or it will continue to lose billions of rands in investment, Vodacom Group CEO Shameel Joosub warned on Thursday. Speaking during a question and answer panel at the MyBroadband conference, in Midrand, he explained that the... 

ZTE Releases 5G Network Intelligence White Paper

18th October 2018 ZTE South Africa has announced that  ZTE Corporation - a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet - has released its "5G Network Intelligence White Paper". Featuring ZTE’s leading technologies in 5G arena and in-depth... 

Kaefer Innovations Day

By: Creamer Media Reporter      10th October 2018 We would like to invite you to join us. As we Celebrate our centenary! through Kaefer Innovations Day. Date: 16th November 2018 Time: 09:00 - 17:00 Venue: 7 Nywerheid street, Germiston 1401, Gauteng 

Bladon’s new microturbine genset to power up telecoms towers

By: Natasha Odendaal     9th October 2018 UK-based engineering pioneer Bladon Micro Turbine has launched its first commercial product, the Bladon MTG12 – a 12 kW (15 kVA) microturbine generator set (genset) dedicated to powering global telecoms towers. The microturbine genset manufacturer aims to dominate the telecoms tower market where... 

Westcon gives customers endpoint options with new Avaya J-Series phones

By: Creamer Media Reporter      4th October 2018 Resellers can now help customers improve desktop experience with J-Series devices that are modern, connected, and personalised. Westcon, leading value-added distributor, has added the latest range of Avaya IP endpoints, the J100 Series of IP phones to its expanding portfolio, providing resellers... 

MTN mulls scrapping Nigeria IPO, seeks options as spat hurts

By: Bloomberg     2nd October 2018 MTN Group, the wireless carrier facing a combined $10-billion in claims from authorities in Nigeria, said it may no longer seek to raise capital through an initial public offering on the country’s stock exchange. Africa’s largest mobile carrier is reconsidering the IPO amid a dispute with... 

Comsol, Samsung bring 5G communications to Soweto 

27th September 2018 As part of a pilot phase, enterprise-grade wireless infrastructure provider Comsol Networks and mobile, television & appliances giant Samsung South Africa partnered to launch fifth-generation communications in Soweto. Natasha Odendaal tells us more. 

Comsol and Samsung launch 5G pilot in Soweto

By: Natasha Odendaal     21st September 2018 Enterprise-grade wireless infrastructure provider Comsol Networks and mobile, television and appliances giant Samsung South Africa have teamed up to bring fifth-generation (5G) communications to Soweto as a pilot before commercial deployment in 2019. Soweto’s Vilakazi Street is now lit up with a... 

Is 5G Hype or Reality for South Africa?

By: Creamer Media Reporter      20th September 2018 With global 5G rollout gathering speed and the recent launch of 5G in Lesotho by Vodacom, the question of whether South Africa is ready for the transition to 4G’s successor is dependent on various factors that could cause a delay in the integration of 5G in South Africa. Mobile communications... 

Vodacom showcases 5G capabilities in official launch 

20th September 2018 Vodacom has officially launched its standards-based, commercial fifth-generation, or 5G, service in Lesotho, delivering early access technology initially to two enterprise customers, with ambitions of eventually launching the service commercially in South Africa. Natasha Odendaal tells us more. 

Trailblazers, innovators win awards at GIL

By: Kim Cloete     14th September 2018 Trailblazers, innovators and entrepreneurs have been honoured with Best Practices Awards by global market research and consulting firm Frost & Sullivan. The company held its Growth, Innovation and Leadership awards banquet, in Cape Town, this week, to recognise the achievements of people in South... 

State companies, small businesses must be global players in ICT, says minister 

By: African News Agency      14th September 2018 The South African government was working to position state entities and small businesses as global players in the field of information and communication technology (ICT), according to telecommunications minister Siyabonga Cwele. “Our priority focus is to demonopolise the electronic and... 

Vodacom Group launches commercial 5G service in Lesotho

By: Natasha Odendaal     14th September 2018 JSE-listed Vodacom Group has launched a standards-based, commercial fifth-generation (5G) service in Lesotho. Delivering early-access to the new technology, using 3.5 GHz spectrum, the company will initially provide fixed-wireless access broadband services to two enterprise customers in Lesotho. 

VAST Networks engineers the smartest, wireless dumb pipe

10th September 2018 Technology aimed at pro-actively and cost-effectively addressing the lack of mobile spectrum Aimed at addressing South Africa’s spectrum shortage challenges and facilitating access to affordable connectivity, VAST Networks (VAST) - Africa’s largest public Wi-Fi provider - has developed the... 

5G on its way, but roll-out to be pursued on a case-by-case basis

By: Natasha Odendaal     7th September 2018 The rush to test and implement fifth-generation (5G) services has already started, however, this time around, the latest technological advancement will not be built up or deployed in the same manner as preceding technologies, but rather be implemented on a use case basis. Despite the fact that... 

Sasol develops new IT solution for head office

7th September 2018 In partnership with integrated energy and chemical company Sasol’s Information Management Services (IMS) to develop and deliver an integrated information technology (IT) solution for its new head office, professional services company Turner & Townsend has helped Sasol – which is involved in... 

5G on its way, but roll-out to be pursued on a case-by-case basis

By: Natasha Odendaal     7th September 2018 The rush to test and implement fifth-generation (5G) services has already started, however, this time around, the latest technological advancement will not be built up or deployed in the same manner as preceding technologies, but rather be implemented on a use case basis. Despite the fact that... 

Moody's places MTN on review for downgrade

By: Reuters     6th September 2018 MTN Group has been put on review by Moody's for downgrade after the South African mobile phone operator said it was on the hook for a total of $10.1-billion from its biggest market Nigeria, the ratings agency said on Thursday. "MTN's ratings have been placed on review for downgrade to reflect... 

All-weather surge protection for PoE cameras and ethernet applications with DEHNpatch outdoor

By: Creamer Media Reporter      5th September 2018 Experts in the fields of safety, monitoring and network communication are familiar with the problem of surge arresters often needing to be installed in extremely exposed locations. This generally meant that they had to be laboriously protected against weather-related influences, which cost time,... 

In latest clash, Nigeria hands South Africa's MTN $2bn tax bill

By: Reuters     4th September 2018 MTN Group faces a $2-billion demand for taxes in Nigeria, the latest in a series of skirmishes with authorities in the South African mobile phone company's most lucrative but increasingly problematic market. The announcement of the tax bill incurred over the last decade comes days after the west... 

Spectrum challenge likely to be resolved by next year

By: Natasha Odendaal     3rd September 2018 South Africa's years-long limbo over spectrum licensing and allocation could possibly be fully resolved by this time next year. Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services (DTPS) director-general Robert Nkuna on Monday promised action on the much-debated subject, as industry becomes... 

Huawei Constructs a Best-in-Class Optical Transport Network for ÖBB

28th August 2018 Huawei deployed an Optical Transport Network (OTN) using Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) for Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB). DWDM technology enables 100Gbit/s performance and the ability to expand broadband network systems efficiently. Customized for ÖBB, Huawei’s DWDM OTN products... 

Icasa eyes market review notice by September, lists first priorities

By: Natasha Odendaal     23rd August 2018 The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) on Thursday said it would likely announce the start of a market inquiry into the identified priority markets that may require regulation intervention by the first week of September. Speaking during a roundtable at the Icasa... 

MSA Africa launches latest Bluetooth-enabled hearing protection

17th August 2018 MSA Africa has introduced Bluetooth technology into several product groups in its Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) range, such as hearing devices. This latest development in technology enhances health and safety even further in dangerous working environments such as underground mining.... 

Westcon-Comstor appointed official Ruckus Training Centre

By: Creamer Media Reporter      8th August 2018 Westcon-Comstor Sub-Saharan Africa, a value-added technology distributor, is pleased to announce that vendor partner Ruckus Networks, an Arris company, has officially appointed the company as an Authorised Training Centre for Ruckus in the region.     As a result of the appointment, the... 

Internet connectivity increases property value

By: Melissa Zisengwe     3rd August 2018 Bundling WiFi connectivity is a commercial and industrial property value-proposition, which attracts potential buyers and boosts property value, says wireless networking company Ruckus Networks. “South African property developers are proving to be enthusiastic WiFi adopters because the... 

Blended learning can improve maths, science results

By: Erin Steenhoff-Snethlage     27th July 2018 Blended learning, a combination of traditional classroom learning and online learning, can assist South African high school and university students in understanding complex formulas in mathematics and science, says wireless connectivity firm Ruckus Networks sub-Saharan Africa sales director Riaan... 

IIoT-enabled businesses expected to boost revenues by 10% by 2023

By: Schalk Burger     24th July 2018 Companies across the global supply chain expect the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) to increase their yearly revenues by 10% within five years, a global study by mobile satellite communications company Inmarsat, released on Tuesday, showed. IIoT is the application of networked sensors, which... 

New Aperio® H100: Wireless access control technology inside a stylish door handle

18th July 2018 The new Aperio® H100 packs the power and flexibility of wireless access control into one slim, cleverly designed door handle. With easy retrofitting to almost any interior door and comprehensive RFID compatibility, the new Aperio® H100 handle makes extending access control to more doors... 

New Aperio® H100: Wireless access control technology inside a stylish door handle

18th July 2018 The new Aperio® H100 packs the power and flexibility of wireless access control into one slim, cleverly designed door handle. With easy retrofitting to almost any interior door and comprehensive RFID compatibility, the new Aperio® H100 handle makes extending access control to more doors... 

Epiroc BenchREMOTE for several drill rigs

18th July 2018 Epiroc’s BenchREMOTE operator station is now also available for SmartROC T45 LF, SmartROC C50 and SmartROC CL. “This means great opportunities for customers who are already owners of these rigs,” says Mattias Hjerpe, product manager at Epiroc. With the BenchREMOTE you can simultaneously remotely... 

Telecom Egypt, Liquid Telecom sign MoU to complete fibre network from Cape Town to Cairo

By: Reuters     16th July 2018 Telecom Egypt has signed a memorandum of understanding with Liquid Telecom to enable the Pan-African group to complete Africa’s terrestrial fibre network stretching across the African continent, the companies said on Saturday. Liquid Telecom, a subsidiary of Econet Wireless Global, has been... 

Cable theft stunts connectivity availability

By: Paige Müller     13th July 2018 South Africa’s cable-theft pandemic has made the prospect of a copper-based fixed digital subscriber line (DSL) infrastructure framework unachievable for the country’s Internet service providers (ISPs), says international wireless connectivity provider RADWIN. RADWIN sales director Nick Ehrke... 

Ansys rebrands as Etion

By: Natasha Odendaal     13th July 2018 Digital technology solutions provider Ansys has embarked on a significant rebranding to breathe new life into its business units and reflect its new position as a diversified digital technology group. Now evolved into Etion, representing “energy in action”, the AltX-listed group has changed the... 

AfricaOnline Launches JET-Powered Wireless Network to Deliver Fast Broadband in Namibia

12th July 2018 Marc Gregan, MD, AfricaOnline “We have launched a new 5GHz JET and customer feedback is that they are ecstatic with the 100Mbps they’re getting”   AfricaOnline, one of the largest ISPs in Nambia, has launched a wireless broadband network powered by RADWIN’s JET 5GHz Point-to-Multipoint (PtMP)... 

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