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Keeping the Lights On: FNB Reinforces ATMs with UPS for Seamless Service Access

FNB plans to improve the operational resilience of its ATM network across the country by installing Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) systems in over 1,000 standalone ATMs, allowing customers to access services during power outages. The first phase of the project...

How to Keep Your Internet on During Loadshedding

That great black Friday deal was once something to get excited about, nowadays having the lights come on has got you jumping for joy. Whilst many have taken an alternative route to secure their power supply, some of us...

Metrowatt Opens First Walk-in Solar Centre In Parkhurst

Solar power and alternative energy specialist Metrowatt is redefining the concept of customer service in the energy sector with the opening of its first walk-in Solar Centre in Parkhurst, Johannesburg.  Reflecting Metrowatt’s commitment to resolving domestic energy challenges, the Solar...

Teraco beats current electricity price hike

Teraco Data Environments clients can look forward to business as usual, despite the approaching electricity price tsunami, as a result of the energy efficiencies the company is achieving in its data centres. “Companies have been hard hit by the latest...

Nigeria’s telecom system crashes

Nigerian telecommunication operators are experiencing poor mobile services due to capacity problems facing the country’s telecoms sector. Nigerian mobile users are experiencing dropped calls, unsolicited text messages and network failure across most networks in Nigeria. Gbade Jadesola, a Lagos based pharmacist,...

Nigerian telecoms needs urgent power supply

THE Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has called on the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) to come up with stringent solutions in order to provide alternative power supply to telecommunication service providers in the region. This move will enable them to...
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2024 signifies a seminal moment in South African history. Not only does it mark three decades since the first...
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