Wednesday, July 24, 2024
No menu items!

nigerian tech

Construction Begins on New $250-Million Hyperscale Data Centre in Lagos

Nigerian company Kasi Cloud Ltd has announced that it held a groundbreaking ceremony in Lekki, Lagos on 19 April 2022, to signal the beginning of construction on the company’s first of several planned data centre campuses in Nigeria. Kasi is...

Nigeria Now Expects to Lift Twitter Ban by End of Year

Last week, IT News Africa reported that Nigerian authorities were expecting to lift the country's ban of social network Twitter "in the next few days or weeks", according to Nigeria's Information Minister, Lai Mohammed. The Minister said that the Federal...

Support for Microsoft’s Cloud-Based Dynamics 365 Launches in Kenya & Nigeria

4Sight Dynamics Africa, an indirect cloud solutions provider (CSP) that supports various Microsoft partners in Africa and the Middle East, has announced regional support for the Software as a Service (SaaS) version of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. From 15...

Facebook Testing “Sabee” – A New Educational App for Nigerian Learners

Facebook's internal Research and Development (R&D) team is reportedly working on an educational mobile app called Sabee. The app seems to be targeted towards learners in Nigeria when it becomes fully functional. The social media powerhouse first announced opening an...

Jiji Nigeria Acquires Cars45 in Bid to Expand Beyond Classifieds Business

Jiji, a leading classified marketplace operator based in Nigeria, has acquired one of the country's leading automotive trade platforms in Cars45. Co-founder of Jiji, Vladimir Mnogoletniy, told TechCrunch that the acquisition is a means for the company to expand beyond...

Risk Insights and Instinctif Partners Launch Nigeria’s First AI-Powered ESG Rating Tool

ESG (environmental, social and governance) data analytics company, Risk Insights, and Instinctif Partners, a strategic communications company, today announced the launch of ESG GPS Nigeria, the country's first AI and machine learning ESG rating tool, developed by Africans...

Top 4 Most Trending Stories – Week in Review

As this week comes to a close we take a look at the stories that resonated most with our readers. This week in tech saw ITNA's readers engaging with a diversified series of stories. In Nigeria, we looked at how...

Award-Winning Synology NAS DiskStations Available NOW on Jumia.ng

Synology today announces that DiskStation, its award-winning NAS server dedicated to data sharing and backup, is now available at the largest online store in Nigeria - Jumia. This announcement comes with a grand opening special offer: 10% on all items...

“Yellow Card” Seeks to Shake Up Cryptocurrency in Kenya

Yellow Card, a leading Africa-focused finance platform for trading cryptocurrencies has finally arrived in Kenya. The company claims it already has offices in 9 African countries, allowing customers from Nigeria, Botswana, Cameroon and South Africa, and others, to buy and...

How Nigeria’s Latest Gas-Related Power Crisis Could Have Been Avoided

On 28 May 2021, Nigeria’s national power generation dropped to 3,059 MW and for the subsequent seven days remained below 4,000 MW, 6% below-average production. Low pressure on the Escravos-Lagos Pipeline System (ELPS) left several gas turbine power plants...
- Advertisement -spot_img

Latest News

Top 7 African Countries for Digital Nomads in 2024

The internet advent decades ago transformed the world into a global village. Technological advancements have fueled remote work's rapid...
- Advertisement -spot_img