Zambia reacts to poor network services.

Zambia takes on poor networks

Govt wants unity against poor digital services.

Thursday, Mar 23rd

Networks Africa

CeBIT 2.0: Huawei launches Enterprise Wireless Communication 2.0

CeBIT 2017: Huawei launches Enterprise Wireless Communication 2.0

Multinational ICT firm will collaborate with partners for roll out in public safety, power industry segments.

Huawei, operators consider future growth opportunities at MWC17

Huawei, operators consider future growth opportunities at MWC17

Discussion of key themes and trends affecting technology at Huawei-led forum aims to plot a shared, digitised and sustainable growth path.

ICANN in charm offensive to win over Africa

ICANN in charm offensive to win over Africa

ICANN will support Africa's Internet ambitions, says Göran Marby, president and CEO.

New pan-African WiFi network launched

New pan-African WiFi network launched

Internet Solutions, Accuris Networks partnership sees single sign-on WiFi server enable seamless carrier-grade network.

Microsoft, Ecobank ink digital transformation deal for Africa

Microsoft, Ecobank ink digital transformation deal for Africa

Companies will collaborate to offer technical guidance and support to government workers across key sectors.

South Africa follows Ghana, Nigeria with promise to cut data costs

South Africa follows Ghana, Nigeria with promise to cut data costs

Assurance by SA President that government is looking to reduce data costs follows similar pledges elsewhere on the continent.

ShowMax partners with Seacom in East Africa

ShowMax partners with Seacom in East Africa

Seacom have entered into an agreement that will benefit both consumers and ISPs in East Africa.

CMC Networks, Carlyle Group strike deal to bolster Africa's connectivity

CMC Networks, Carlyle Group strike deal to bolster Africa's connectivity

Companies confirm transaction which gives Carlyle Group a majority shareholding.

Digitisation could give Africa a US$300 million boost

Digitalisation could give Africa a US$300 million boost

Africa's economy stands to gain a potential US$300 million by 2026 through the adoption of digitalisation in industrial sectors.

Why WiFi means much more to Africa

Why WiFi means much more to Africa

Despite its slow evolution, industry experts are excited about progress underpinned by roaming and streamlined SSID authentication.

'Spectrum revolution is the end of scarcity'

'Spectrum revolution is the end of scarcity'

Yes say industry experts in Africa, but with provisos...