MENU

Top Stories
Category

Riverbed Boosts Application Performance

January 6, 2009 • Top StoriesComments Off on Riverbed Boosts Application Performance

Riverbed Technology, the technology and market leader in WAN optimization, today announced that Centro Universitário UNA (UNA) has deployed Riverbed® solutions at locations across the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. Deployment of the Steelhead® appliances has allowed UNA to improve the performance of critical applications by up to 10 times, improving the...

Read More

The pink BlackBerry Curve 8310 smartphone brings a splash of colour to your world

January 6, 2009 • Gadgets and Gaming, Top StoriesComments (8)

MTN and Research In Motion (RIM) today announced that the new BlackBerry Curve 8310 smartphone is available to MTN subscribers in an eye catching and fashionable pink finish...

Zain Emerges ‘Best Overall Africa, ME Mobile Operator

January 5, 2009 • Mobile and Telecoms, Top StoriesComments Off on Zain Emerges ‘Best Overall Africa, ME Mobile Operator

Mobile operator, Zain Nigeria’s parent company, Zain Group has been awarded the prestigious Best Overall Operator in Africa and Middle East at the annual CommsMEA Awards 2008 organized by the regions foremost business-to-business telecoms publication...

Riverbed’s John Martin honored

January 5, 2009 • Top StoriesComments Off on Riverbed’s John Martin honored

Riverbed Technology, the technology and market leader in WAN optimization, today announced that Network Products Guide, a leading publication on technologies and solutions, has honored Riverbed® Vice President of Product Management John Martin with the...

Social media can add up to communication overload

January 5, 2009 • Top StoriesComments (1)

Communications induced stress is fast becoming a common problem as we add social media to our existing diet of electronic communication at work and home. Internet and mobile technologies have made it easy for people to keep in “touch” constantly. In many...

Egypt technology taken to schools

January 5, 2009 • Top StoriesComments Off on Egypt technology taken to schools

AMERICAN superconductor giant, Intel, is continuing to see its Egypt footprint grow with a number of initiatives aimed at promoting the country’s struggling education system. Intel Egypt and its partner Edu Systems International (ESI) have extended the...

SC Magazine Selects PGP Corporation as an Innovator in Encryption in 2008

December 23, 2008 • Top StoriesComments Off on SC Magazine Selects PGP Corporation as an Innovator in Encryption in 2008

PGP Corporation, a global leader in enterprise data protection, today announced that SC Magazine, the oldest and most widely-read IT security publication in the United States, has named PGP Corporation as the 2008 Innovator in Encryption for the second...

South African football to embrace technology

December 19, 2008 • Top StoriesComments Off on South African football to embrace technology

THE biggest soccer league in Africa, South Africa’s Premier Soccer League will from the next round of the season shift to electronic advertising at its stadiums. This is ahead of the FIFA Confederations Cup and the FIFA World Cup that the country will...

MTN victim of identity scam

December 19, 2008 • Top StoriesComments (1)

MTN customers have become the latest victims of identity theft scams promising mobile phone subscribers immense rewards...

Technology experts count costs of DRC war

December 17, 2008 • Mobile and Telecoms, Top StoriesComments Off on Technology experts count costs of DRC war

TECHNOLOGY experts are counting the cost of war in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) which has led to the destruction of mobile phone bases and telecommunications sub-stations in the country...

Vodacom turns to charity in SA

December 16, 2008 • Top StoriesComments Off on Vodacom turns to charity in SA

THE visually-impaired in South Africa are set for an early Christmas gift from a leading mobile network services provider this weekend when the Premier Soccer League takes a festive season break...

Samsung to empower African youth

December 16, 2008 • Top StoriesComments (2)

MOBILE phone manufacturer Samsung has underlined its commitment to empower youngsters around the African continent through a partnership with a non-governmental organization in a project aimed at raising R1 000 ...

Zain launches mobile services in Ghana

December 15, 2008 • Top StoriesComments (1)

Zain, a leading mobile operator in 22 countries across the Middle East and Africa today announced the launch of commercial services in Ghana with the launch of the first true 3.5G network in the continent outside South Africa...

Telkom supports AJAX Cape Town

December 15, 2008 • Top StoriesComments Off on Telkom supports AJAX Cape Town

SOUTH Africa’s biggest landline operator, Telkom reiterated its support to sport in South Africa by awarding R4,25 million Rands to Premier league club Ajax cape Town. This follows the Cape Town’s winning the Telkom Knockout, a tournament the...

Zain pilots Zap money transfer service

December 15, 2008 • Top StoriesComments Off on Zain pilots Zap money transfer service

Mobile network operator, Zain, is set to launch a mobile money transfer service known as Zap, which is expected to be used across Africa and the Middle East. The pilot project will roll out in Madagascar, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda and will replace Sokotele,...

South Africa’s Neotel R4.4billion deal to boost local telecom services

December 15, 2008 • Top StoriesComments Off on South Africa’s Neotel R4.4billion deal to boost local telecom services

NEOTEL, South Africa’s new telecommunications player, says its R4.4 billion finance deal with several companies will change the shape of telecommunication services in the country. Neotel chief executive officer and managing director Ajay Pandey made the...