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Safaricom Hosts the Second Annual Engineering Summit dubbed Decode 2.0

Safaricom hosted a second edition of the Safaricom Engineering Summit under the theme of “Igniting Africa’s Digital Renaissance.” The two-day forum, attended by over 800 in-person industry stakeholders and thousands of others online, seeks to build on the learnings and...

Why Telcos Should Gear Up to Secure New Wave of 5G Networks

Telcos are expected to implement a wide array of measures in 2021 to secure the next wave of 5G connectivity, according to a global survey by Heavy Reading.    As operators begin to rollout standalone 5G networks, they are moving swiftly...

Telco Vs TechCo – a Battlefield for the Future of ICT

Across the world, disruption has become a reality that is driving changes the business sectors. Included in this disruptive environment is the telecommunications industry, which is having to take account of changing technologies and the challenges these changes bring...

Airtel Nigeria customer seeks 5 million naira in compensation

It has emerged that Niyi Bada, a subscriber on Airtel's network in Nigeria, has logged a claim demanding that the company pay him a ₦5 million (USD $13, 907) compensation for alleged illegal and constant deductions for airtime recharges...

6 Nigerian telcos are in danger of losing their licences

On 23 January 2018, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) revealed that it may suspend the operational licences of six telco companies in the country, according to a report by Nigerian Communications Week. The companies have been implicated for their...

The future of the telco business model

Deloitte on Monday 18 September 2017 released their "the future of telco business model" report which explores four possible scenarios which could shape the future of telco businesses. The report identifies that the telecommunications industry is changing at an...

SDN and NFV – the building blocks of becoming a digital telco

Telcos in Africa are walking a fine line having to balance the needs of providing higher quality and feature rich network services while maximising return on their network investments. With quality of service recognised as one of the key...

Video on demand (VOD) partnerships key to growth for telcos

With voice revenues in terminal decline and future data revenue models uncertain, Africa’s telcos have to expand their value-added services portfolios. “On-demand entertainment and infotainment present the next big opportunity for telco VAS business growth,” says Stephen Watson, Director...

Agility is key for Tier 2 Telco’s in Africa

There’s a significant opportunity for Tier 2 fibre-to-the-home/office (FTTX) providers that can offer users more flexible and more tailored solutions. Experienced FTTX solution builders have earned their stripes on large, complex FTTX rollouts, and custom projects for office parks....
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Will face mapping still recognise you if your features change?  When it comes to proving your identity online, Face ID—also...
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