26 June 2020
Radwin, the global wireless broadband provider, has signed a partnership agreement with Mobax, a telecom and technology company in South Africa, which will see the latter offer the former’s portfolio of point-to-multipoint and point-to-point fixed wireless broadband solutions to its base of telecom network operators and corporate clients.
“Radwin has an exciting portfolio with unrivalled reliability and speeds that will enable us to implement fiber- like broadband connectivity to deliver high-value services to our extensive customer-base,” said Gerhard Bezuidenhout, managing director of Mobax. He also stated, “This partnership leverages upon RADWIN’s wireless broadband technology and the professionalism and high- quality engineering capabilities of Mobax to deliver advanced fixed wireless solutions to existing network operators and corporate clients as well as new potential customers.”Find out more
17 April 2020
The Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications has released 10 pointers to consumers on the responsible and rational use of telecom networks as well as the internet, during this period of the coronavirus crisis.
According to the umbrella organisation that regulates and promotes the interests of telecom firms in the west African nation, the advice needs to be adhered to in order to ease communication during this period. It has also asked that consumers avoid unnecessary video calls, not only during rush hours but at all times.Find out more
23 March 2020
Call blocking by South Africa’s biggest network operators is negatively impacting many local telecoms customers who are finding they cannot always successfully complete phone calls, according to Anthony Engelbrecht, technical director at independent telco, Huge Networks.
He said that some clients of SA’s many Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telecoms networks such as Huge Networks, Connection Telecoms and dozens of others are increasingly finding that calls they place are not reaching the intended telecoms user.Find out more
18 February 2020
Asteroid International, the global interconnection platform innovator, has launched a state-of-the-art and highly automated Internet Exchange Point (IXP) solution in Kenya’s oldest city.
Located in the modern, hyper connected, carrier neutral icolo facilities in Mombasa, the Asteroid IXP will enable much improved internet interconnection in east Africa and support the region’s strong digital growth.Find out more