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This article was originally published on TheSouthAfrican Fibre internet is slowly making its way to all corners of South Africa. It’s being solder as a faster, more reliable option compared to the ADSL services we’ve become used to. But, it turns... Read More
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This article was originally published on BusinessTech Over-saturation will mean that fibre installations across South Africa’s biggest cities is likely to dramatically slow down within the next three years. This is according to BitCo CEO – Jarryd... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband Fibre-to-the-home has created a significant number of jobs in South Africa and could create many more with the right level of support from the government, according to FTTH Council Africa CEO... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband The FTTH Council Africa recently stated that criminals are increasingly targeting fibre installers in South Africa. Contractors are being robbed at gunpoint, hijacked, and taken hostage, it said... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband Crime targeting South African fibre installers has reached a critical point, said the FTTH Council Africa. The Council told MyBroadband that fibre contractors are being robbed at gunpoint,... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband The excitement of your fibre order being processed by an ISP can be met with frustration as you wait for the connection to be installed. To help users set realistic expectations following the... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband The fibre industry has been plagued by robberies and hijacking for some time, the FTTH Council Africa has revealed in a new white paper. However, the situation has deteriorated recently – with... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband MyBroadband’s Q2 2017 broadband survey results show that fibre subscribers are generally much happier with their service than those on DSL or wireless connections. The Q2 2017 broadband survey... Read More
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This article was originally published on TechFinancials The rural towns of Ventersdorp and Lichtenburg in the North West Province, seems to be the first countryside area in South Africa to be connected to broadband. True Communications has laid 110... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband MyBroadband recently received an unusual complaint from a fibre user regarding switching their Internet service provider. The complaint came from a resident of Woodhill Residential Estate and... Read More
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This article was originally published on TechCentral Read more at source. The FTTH Council Africa, an industry body for the fibre telecommunications industry, said on Wednesday that it has appointed a new chairman. Industry stalwart Andile Ngcaba... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband A fast Internet connection makes me happy, so when I saw a Telkom gazebo in my neighbourhood punting fibre-to-the-home, I was quick to stop and enquire. What the Telkom salesperson told me was... Read More
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This article was originally published on ITWeb. Read more at source. ADSL is dying − and it is killing me to see it happen. In the past two weeks, we've seen stories surface around the ailing state of a once-great technology. Afrihost revealed it... Read More
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This article was originally published on ITWeb. Read more at source. Fibre is a great technology which has recently become readily available to residential and business customers. This type of technology's bandwidth capabilities scale well beyond... Read More
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This article was originally published on TheHuffingtonPost Technological advances are increasing at an exponential pace, challenging and irrevocably changing the ecosystem that national economies use to compete. Disruption. You've heard the word... Read More
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This article was originally published on EngineeringNews South Africa has recently seen fast-paced developments in the implementation of Fiber to the x, which includes fibre to the business and fibre to the home. FTTX broadband network... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband Point Topic has released its Trends in Global Broadband Subscribers report for Q3 2016, which shows that copper (DSL) decline is accelerating. The number of copper lines globally fell by 11.6%... Read More
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Whether you have a legal, tax, insurance, management or land issue, Farmers Weekly’s Business Clinic experts can help. Here, Mark Charter, Partner at Thrings, offers advice on what to do when a fibre optic cable wayleave agreement comes to an end.... Read More
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Fibre to the home (FTTH) is the hot new IT word on everyone’s lips, but how does it compare to traditional internet for homes and small offices? Warren Bricknell, MD of Mitsol, a layer two internet connectivity provider, answers some frequently... Read More
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Vodacom has recently unveiled new fibre-to-the-home prices – here is how it stacks up against Telkom and MTN. Last week Vodacom signed lease agreements with Fibrehoods, Openserve, Century City Connect, Vumatel and Dark Fibre Africa to deliver its... Read More
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