ARTICLES RELATING TO AFRICACOM 2015

Solar tech to boost electric car range

2015-11-20 12:45

Solar technology could play a significant role is extending the range of electric cars, says a manufacturer.

Wi-Fi adoption 'too slow' in SA

2015-11-19 08:08

Despite the lower cost of W-Fi compared to mobile network connectivity, there is still low adoption of the technology in markets such as South Africa, says an industry player.

Startups need to focus on local solutions - Ericsson

2015-11-18 10:21

Technology solutions for Africa need to be developed locally to address local needs, says a network provider.

Spectrum limitations ‘hold back’ investment in SA

2015-11-18 07:49

Limited radio frequency spectrum is a hurdle for investment and cost-effective data services in South Africa, says a local industry expert.

Time for Africa to take tech lead, ownership

2015-11-17 11:17

Africa is not just a consumer of technology anymore as the continent's telecoms market could become bigger than that of Europe, says an industry player.

Free internet basics is 'non-discriminatory' - Facebook

2015-11-17 07:26

The social network insists that it’s Free Basics internet programme is an open platform as the company courts developers and publishers.

 

Vumatel focused on net neutral fibre broadband

2015-11-19 20:17

Vumatel is intent on building net neutral fibre broadband networks as it races to roll out infrastructure in South Africa.

Smarter networks will fight ‘internet of threats’ risk

2015-11-18 11:32

Connecting objects such as cars to the internet can become a risky business if security threats aren't properly handled, says a networking expert.

Open access key to Vumatel broadband network

2015-11-18 08:45

Open access is a fundamental principle of Vumatel’s fibre network deployment as it allows competition between service providers, says the company's head.

Icasa CEO: National broadband plans need flexibility

2015-11-17 14:16

Adaptation is a key component for the success of national broadband plans, says the local regulator.

High speed networks to drive mobile data spike

2015-11-17 10:38

Higher speed long term evolution (LTE) networks are set to drive a massive increase in data consumption in sub-Saharan Africa, says a new report.

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