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This article was originally published on MyBroadband The Department of Communications published its policy on high-demand spectrum in July, an act which paves the way for this valuable resource to be given to operators. While it is encouraging that... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband Telkom recently announced that it will migrate its copper-based voice and DSL customers to fibre and wireless services in the coming months. In areas where there is fibre coverage, ADSL and VDSL... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband Google is planning to bring Google Station, which aims to provide “fast Wi-Fi for everyone”, to South Africa. Google Station is a platform which makes it easy to roll out safe and protected Wi-Fi... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband Webafrica recently launched an uncapped LTE service, offering users a wireless alternative to the uncapped offerings provided by fibre and DSL ISPs. Webafrica had already launched capped Telkom... Read More
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This article was originally published on ITWeb Read more at source. South Africa and the rest of the continent will in the not-too-distant future be connected by a whopping submarine cable, possibly measuring between 100 and 120 Terabits per second... Read More
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This article was originally published on ITWeb Read more at source. The ministry overseeing government’s ambitious broadband project, SA Connect, is exploring partnerships with private sector players to provide 100% universal accessible broadband... Read More
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This article was originally published on EngineeringNews After years-long delays, the now-urgent final policy directive on spectrum allocation will be issued to the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) within the next seven... Read More
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This article was originally published on ITWeb. Read more at source. State-owned entity (SOE) Broadband Infraco and Google have partnered to providelearners and teachers in remote rural areas with the necessary skills to prepare for the fourth... Read More
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This article was originally published on BusinessLive The duplication of infrastructure promotes price competition, but it is not capital efficient The Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) and mobile operators have been strongly... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband Cybersmart is one of South Africa’s most successful Internet service providers and a prominent fibre network infrastructure player. While many South Africans are familiar with Cybersmart and its... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband Point Topic has released its Q1 2019 fixed-broadband tariffs report, which shows that South African entry-level broadband prices are in line with international standards. The report compares... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband Withholding ICASA?s quarterly funding, withdrawing the draft ECA Amendment Bill and negating on the promise to publish a revised communications policy by 30 April are turning plans for South... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband VAST Networks (VAST) is well-known for offering Wi-Fi access in transport hubs, malls, and office parks, but less so for the work it has done in townships. The company started its township... Read More
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This article was originally published on ITWeb Read more at source. Acoordinated government strategy on free WiFi and lower prices for small data bundles are on the Competition Commission's (CompCom's) wish list when it comes to transforming SA's... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband The SACS transatlantic fibre cable went live in September 2018, offering lower latency and improved connectivity between Africa and South America. The connection, owned by Angola Cables, runs... Read More
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This article was originally published on IT-Online Fixed broadband subscriptions in sub-Saharan Africa are estimated to be 6,6-million and are expected to grow up to three-fold by 2023, says research group Ovum. This brings increased opportunities... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband One loses count of how many times South Africa?s government has made pronouncements about broadband. It has been moved left, then right and now it appears to have been turned upside down.... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband MyBroadband?s Q1 2019 speed test and mobile app results have revealed that Cool Ideas and Supersonic are the best ISPs in South Africa ? while Telkom and MWEB are the worst providers. The Q1... Read More
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This article was originally published on SolutionsReview Bandwidth refers to the maximum amount of data that can be transferred over your network at one time. Users on a network transfer data between points on a network to access to deliver files.... Read More
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This article was originally published on BusinessTech Government says it?s moving towards finalising the policy directive on radio frequency spectrum allocation. This finalisation gives effect to the 2019 State of the Nation Address (SONA) in which... Read More
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