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Kenya Gets Sixth Submarine Internet Cable Worth $400-Million

On Tuesday, Kenya launched its sixth submarine internet cable worth $400-million to offer high speed, lower latency, and broader bandwidth. According to Business Daily, the cable will connect Africa to France and Pakistan through the Europe-Asia route, providing direct connectivity...

Nexans appoints new Managing Director for the Middle East and Africa

On 2 September 2019, Nexans, a cable and optical fibre company, announced the appointment of Arafat Yousef as the new Managing Director of the LAN Systems Business Unit in the Middle East and Africa (MEA). In this new role, Arafat...

Affordable fibre monitoring that can cut network OPEX costs

Jasco Carrier Solutions new proactive in-service fibre network monitoring offering will break the cost deadlock that has put these solutions out of reach of any but the largest network providers. It measures the integrity of a fibre plant in...

Watch: Dr. Thomas Mensah discusses Africa’s “Silicon Valley” potential

At the Technology Innovation Conference 2018, held between 1-2 February 2018, IT News Africa spoke to Dr. Thomas Mensah, a world-renowned inventor from Ghana who played an invaluable role in the creation of Fibre Optics and in setting up...

Zambian businesses receive Realtime value as SkyeVine rolls out VSAT connectivity

SkyeVine, a wholesale operator and provider of data broadband services for Africa, is involved in the rollout of VSAT technology to remote businesses in Zambia. The company has partnered with Realtime Zambia, a local Internet Service Provider (ISP), to...
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Enhancing IoT Security with a Cyber Immune Solution

Internet of Things (IoT) devices, ranging from wearables to smart home appliances, are increasingly targeted by cybercriminals for...
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