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An open access wholesale-only wireless (3G and 4G/LTE) network (OAWN) can, within just a few years, connect the 40% of people in South Africa who still do not have Internet access. This can provide an exponential boost to South Africa’s ailing... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband Poynting, a company specialising is antenna design and manufacturing in South Africa, has seen a large number of sub-standard antennas being sold to the public. The public is enticed by the... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband Afrihost recently launched capped fibre products for subscribers, augmenting its existing uncapped fibre range. The capped packages are available on multiple fibre networks, and were announced... Read More
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This article was originally published on ITWeb Read more at source. HeroTel is expanding its footprint into Mpumalanga and Limpopo by acquiring Xpress Network SolutionsWireless, for an undisclosed sum.  The Xpress group manages its wireless IP... Read More
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Free Wi-Fi has come to residents of Gauteng’s East Rand. Free Wi-Fi has come to residents of Gauteng’s East Rand as the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality starts rolling out the early stages of its connectivity programme at public facilities.... Read More
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The ITU Radiocommunication Assembly, which met in Geneva during the last week of October, set the future direction for wireless communications. Image courtesy of Kromkrathog at FreeDigitalPhotos.net The ITU Radiocommunication Assembly, which met in... Read More
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The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) has extended the deadline for comment on the licensing of three bands of in-demand spectrum that can be used for next-generation mobile service. ICASA says the extension was due to... Read More
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If South Africa is to proceed down the path of creating a national wholesale open-access network, it needs to do so with its eyes wide open. By Martyn Roetter. The idea of establishing a new, open-access, wholesale-only wireless network (OAWN) in... Read More
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Cape Town - The Wireless Broadband Alliance has announced a partnership with the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance to further expand the development of unlicenced wireless technologies, the organisation said on Thursday. The partnership will see the... Read More
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Telkom will soon roll out the second phase of SmartBroadband Uncapped High Speed Wireless initiative to more than 200 additional areas. Telkom will soon roll out the second phase of SmartBroadband Uncapped High Speed Wireless initiative to more... Read More
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Why don’t wireless Internet service providers share more for the greater good (and better profits)? And if they were to, how would it work operationally, technically and financially?  Open-access networks. Giving a little, to get a lot — in the... Read More
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A new communications technique could pave the way for ultra-low power and high-security wireless communication systems. Electrical engineers at the University of California, San Diego have demonstrated a new wireless communication techniquethat... Read More
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The Internet in South Africa was born 24 years ago when the first IP packets were sent between Rhodes University in Grahamstown and the US at a speed of 14.4kbps. This is what has happened since then. The Internet in South Africa was born on 12... Read More
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There are six suburbs in South Africa with an average download speed of over 10Mbps, with the top suburb boasting an average speed of 16Mbps. Ookla’s Net Index website shows that Sandton, Bryanston, and Midrand are the South African suburbs with... Read More
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The South African government’s delay in handing LTE spectrum to mobile operators is costing the country billions each year The delay in providing South Africa’s mobile operators with LTE spectrum is costing the country billions per year, and... Read More
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Statistics South Africa’s 2014 General household survey reveals which South African provinces are the best connected. Statistics South Africa has published its General household survey (GHS) 2014, which shows that almost half of South African... Read More
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The Soweto Wireless User Group (SOWUG), a registered non-profit organisation that provides free wireless to residents of Soweto, will go live this month partly thanks to Teraco. SOWUG forms part of a number of development projects facilitated by... Read More
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As the wireless boom continues unabated, wireless network operators are coming under increasing pressure to provide more capacity, coverage and quality – and all of this without upping prices. This is going to be a major focus in 2015. “During 2015... Read More
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Wireless every time, no contest, says Brenden Pronk, CCO of Comsol. Did you know that copper theft is so high in South Africa, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SACCI) keeps a monthly barometer detailing its cost to the nation? And what does... Read More
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As technology plays an increasingly pivotal role in changing the way government interacts with citizens, universal WiFi access is set to ensure this is done more efficiently. This is according to professor Dirk Brand of the Stellenbosch University... Read More
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