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Why High-Bandwidth Networks Should Form Part of Every Cloud Strategy

Cloud computing was first introduced commercially in the 2000s, but since the Covid pandemic in 2020, it has become an essential tool for businesses to improve administrative processes, employee productivity and the customer experience. However, businesses cannot fully experience the...

SA Competition Commission Approves Afrihost, Cool Ideas Merger

South Africa's Competition Commission, the country's business practice watchdog, has unconditionally approved the merger of ISPs: Afrihost, and Cool Ideas. In June, Afrihost and Cool Ideas said they had concluded a deal in which Afrihost would purchase a majority stake...

8 Most Commonly Used Internet Jargon Terms Explained

When it comes to Internet connectivity, it’s important to know the basics, so you can understand what you’re paying for and what you should be getting, but with so much jargon and so many acronyms used to describe Internet...

Frogfoot rolls out free fibre to schools

With education being paramount to the success and growth of South Africa, Frogfoot has committed to providing schools in its fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) coverage areas with up to 1 GBPS free fibre. "We have partnered with internet service providers (ISPs) to...

Madagascar’s ICT infrastructure to expand

Pan-African telecommunications service provider, Internet Solutions, has deployed the company’s first Point of Presence (PoP) in Madagascar. The company is expanding their footprint and has commissioned a second PoP in Zambia. Murray Steyn, Executive Head: Wholesale at Internet Solutions, said:...

The Guide to Tailored Internet Connectivity Solutions

It is now widely acknowledged and accepted that every modern business - from the SME to the multinational, and from the web developer to the wine seller - needs a reliable and speedy Internet connection to stay afloat. Whether...

ShowMax partners with SEACOM in East Africa

Kenyans can now enjoy faster connections with less buffering as ShowMax partnered with SEACOM, a data service provider and the first company to launch broadband submarine cables along Africa’s eastern and southern coastlines. SEACOM will now host ShowMax caching...

SA’s Broadlink plans satelite hub launch in 2014

Broadlink, a South African telecoms provider of microwave, fibre, satellite, voice and internet services, celebrates its sixth year in the telecommunications industry with plans to launch a satellite hub in 2014, situated at the Teraco Data Environment in Isando,...

Mast, tower users urged to adhere to usage directive – Nigeria

Nigeria's Daily Trust reports that local telecom operators, Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and other operators that make use of masts, towers and base stations for service delivery have been urged to adhere to state directives regulating the infrastructure. The report...

Business telephone fraud on the rise

MTN Business is on an education drive to demistify the perception of  Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunking fraud in the local market. Currently the term is being associated with various fraudulent activities and MTN is committed to not only transparency,...
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Top 5 Gadgets that were highly Expected in 2024

The following are 2024 top 5 gadgets that are/ were highly expected according to Menstuff. 1. LG’s see-through Signature OLED...
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