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Frogfoot Networks (Pty) Ltd, a licensed open access fibre network provider and wholly-owned subsidiary of integrated ICT and connectivity provider Vox, is on track to bring fibre to the home (FTTH) to an additional 14 000 homes in the Southern... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband Openserve is focused on fibre and the future of connectivity. This is according to Althon Beukes, Chief Commercial Officer at Openserve, who was speaking at the 2018 MyBroadband Conference.... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband MTN launched its Supersonic fibre products recently, promising a reliable and cost-effective connectivity solution. Although it is owned by MTN, Supersonic is an independently-run company which... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband Telkom recently revealed that it has rolled out more than 157,400 kilometres of fibre in South Africa. The company said its network connects over 2.5 million premises, and that it plans to... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband Waiting for your fibre connection to be installed at home can be frustrating, especially if you rely on an Internet connection for work. Most installations typically take a week or two – from... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband MTN has announced it will launch a new fibre-to-the-home brand with a number of new fibre products. According to a launch event invite for the end of August 2018, the brand is named Supersonic... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband The government – especially local government – is one of the biggest reasons for the slow rollout of fibre in South Africa. This is according to SEACOM’s chief development officer Suveer Ramdhani... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband While the South African fibre market offers many opportunities at the moment, smaller fibre infrastructure players will struggle to maintain high-enough margins to survive. This is according to... Read More
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This article was originally published on BusinessTech Vodacom will launch new 200Mbps fibre-to-the-home products in the coming weeks, doubling its current peak speed of 100Mbps. This is according to Gary Hart, executive head: managed network and... Read More
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This article was originally published on ITWeb Read more at source. Why is fibre different? Why is it better than ADSL, 3G or any other telecom service? Grant Parker, GM, SEACOM Business South Africa: The way we see fibre is that it's an enabler... Read More
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This article was originally published on BusinessTech The Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services recently presented its SA Connect progress report to parliament. As part of the presentation, the department highlighted how much... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband The expansion of fibre networks in South Africa is great – as it brings fast broadband speeds to users at increasingly-affordable prices. Another new experience for local fixed-line users is that... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband The Saldanha Bay Municipality has launched its Baobab proof-of-concept project, which aims to make fibre a utility in the area. It said the project is a joint initiative through the Saldanha Bay... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband Since the Parkhurst fibre project in 2014, fibre connectivity in South Africa has grown significantly. Parkhurst appointed Vumatel, a new entrant to the market, to roll out its network at the... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband Cool Ideas cofounder Andre Jooste said he loves his job, and how as a small company they can compete with big corporates – based on the decisions their leadership team makes. Jooste and other... Read More
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This article was originally published on ITWeb Read more at source. The City of Johannesburg (COJ) has launched a forensic investigation into the circumstances around the Altivex 705 cell mast contract with the Johannesburg Property Company (JPC).... Read More
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This article was originally published on ITWeb A symmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) usage among local SMEs has dropped from 70% in 2009 to 56% in 2018, while fibre adoption has increased to 23%, as more local businesses migrate from ADSL to... Read More
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This article was originally published on IT-Online The massive technology shift from dial-up to ADSL as the most common form of connectivity among small and medium enterprises is about to be repeated. Except that, this time, the shift will be from... Read More
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This article was originally published on BusinessTech As part of a number of business incentives, Treasury has announced that it will be reviewing the write-off period for electronic communication cables as part of its 2018 budget. “Most companies... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband Poynting has developed a proof-of-concept system for connecting homes to fibre backhaul more cost-effectively than trenching in the streets. Speaking at the MyBroadband Mobile Networking... Read More
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