Business continuity and the move from ADSL

If you haven’t made the switch yet from ADSL, you might be feeling a little lost with all the options on the market. By Farhad Suleman, CEO of SimpliConnect Fibre infrastructure and development is booming in South Africa with more and more areas coming online...

5G drives the need for network energy solutions

It is estimated that, within five years, the number of connections between people and other people, people and things and things to other things will number more than 100-billion. Add to this the increasing uptake of 5G networks, as well as new services including...

4G is key for future African mobile networks

Africa has come a long way in its digitisation journey from mobile telephony to broadband – connecting and digitising entire sectors economies, jobs, education, healthcare, government and societies. By Talla Guisse, technology manager at Ericsson Africa In light...

Creating a 5G future: the role of connectivity during a pandemic

The new normal is digital, and digital is the only direction we can expect consumers to go in the foreseeable future. By Rakesh Lakhani: head of networks solutions at Ericsson Middle East and Africa Meeting this challenge will mean optimising efficiency of ICT...

What’s the best alternative to ADSL?

While ADSL has long been a staple for South Africans wanting to connect to the internet – especially the early adopters – they will have to start thinking about alternatives, with news that the discontinuation of copper lines in several areas countrywide...

5G and enterprise: a match made for growth

Digital technologies are transforming industries worldwide. With 5G being deployed across the region, service providers increasingly recognise the new business opportunities that digital transformation of the enterprise market will bring, writes by Lucky La Riccia,...