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Wednesday, Oct 17th

SqwidNet heightens Sigfox influence with Fidelity ADT

SqwidNet heightens Sigfox influence with Fidelity ADT

Companies announce partnership to roll out Sigfox-enabled smart solutions.

Namibia's Paratus taps into R150 million for LTE upgrade

Namibia's Paratus taps into R150 million for LTE upgrade

Objective to strengthen customer experience, company finances.

SACS goes live to connect Africa with South America

SACS goes live to connect Africa with South America

CEO of Angola Cables describes commercialisation of the cable as ‘more than just a game-changer’.

ZTE pegs Pre5G's Africa success on connectivity challenge

ZTE pegs Pre5G's Africa success on connectivity challenge

Multinational tech firm believes solution is ideally positioned as an interim measure to help with spectrum, 4G and other market realities.

VoIP switch investment pays off in Nigeria

VoIP switch investment pays off in Nigeria

World Telecom Labs expounds on results of deployment by five of the West African country's interconnect exchange carriers.

Telecel Mali completes first phase of network deployment

Telecel Mali completes first phase of network deployment

Company confirms it will begin with second phase targeting central and northern regions.

Tigo launches 4G+ in Tanzania

 Company rolls out network service in five cities.

Could fibre help Zimbabwe with cash flow?

Could fibre help Zimbabwe with cash flow?

Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe sets up US$5 million fund to tackle 'investment bottleneck'.

Angola Cables’ US$300 million investment

Angola Cables' US$300 million infrastructure investment

Company will shift focus from implementing undersea cable to digital commerce between Africa and Brazil.

CAB backbone project enters fourth phase

CAB backbone project enters fourth phase

Gabon, Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea to link up.

Need for 5G is not immediate, says ITU

Need for 5G is not immediate, says ITU

A new report suggests a cautious 5G outlook, saying the industry should instead enhance the availability and quality of existing 4G.