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Bridging the Co-location Connectivity Divide in Africa

Data centre co-location is on the upswing worldwide, says Bloomberg, with demand in the market set to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14.7 percent between 2023 and 2030 to reach nearly $90 billion, according to the...

Paratus Opens First Carrier Neutral Data Centre for Namibia

Paratus, a telecommunications company, will open a new data centre, Armada, this coming month (August 2022) in Windhoek, Namibia. For the first time, colocation clients will have the freedom of choice as well as access to infrastructure hosting services. Any...

Kenyatta Unveils Microsoft’s New $27-Million Development Centre in Nairobi

On Thursday, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta unveiled the completed $27-million Microsoft Africa Development Centre in Nairobi, Kenya, expressing optimism that the facility will bolster the Kenyan government’s quest to secure high-tech jobs in the digital space for the youth. Speaking...

ATCON Tasks Nigerian Government to Begin Digitizing the Economy

The Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) has charged the Federal Government to begin the digitization of the nation's economy. The association stressed the importance and crucial need for the government to map out fresh plans that would assist...

Why African Governments Must Continue Supporting Tech Systems

For the first time in living memory, nations across the world have imposed strict travel restrictions to minimize the damage caused by COVID-19. Many countries have decided to pre-emptively close their borders and halt the spread and transmission of...

StorEx reports big year-on-year growth

StorEx, a leading supplier of Third-Party Maintenance for enterprise-sized organisations, recently reported double-digit growth in its year on year results. Since launching 12 years ago, the company has experienced accelerated growth over the past 18 months as the demand...

Liquid Telecom to rollout South Sudan’s first fibre broadband

Liquid Telecom has announced plans to connect South Sudan to the “One Africa” broadband network, which is approaching 70,000km across 13 African countries and to the rest of the world. Phase one of the rollout is due to be...

Storex offers disruptive ICT Infrastructure Lifecycle Extension Services

Disruptor, Storex, specialists in Multi-Vendor infrastructure lifecycle extension management, says that on average most displaced OEM estates have not even reached 40 per cent of the potential capacity before being replaced. CEO and founder, Jan Beukes, says that throughout the...

ICT’s potential to emerge as a powerhouse sector in its own right

Most analysts would agree that a sense of political stability and renewed national hope has swept through South Africa recently, but ratings downgrades, international economic uncertainty and, now, a surprise recession, continue to present stubborn hurdles to our economic...

Teraco to invest R1bn in South African data centre

In its largest infrastructure build project to date, Africa’s only neutral data centre provider has announced that it will be expanding the Teraco Isando Campus (JB1). Increased demand for additional data centre capacity is being driven by cloud uptake...
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Limpopo Embraces Digital Connectivity with New Solar Community Hub

Dell Technologies in partnership with Utelize Mobile, SITA South Africa, Computer Aid International, and Amandla Community Projects, has launched...
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