06 April 2023
5G fixed wireless access (FWA) technology is revolutionising connectivity options for businesses and homes across the globe. But how best to monetize it? Ewa Jaskowiak, director of strategic business development, Enxoo, reports
The worldwide deployment of 5G in 2019 promised data speeds up to ten times faster than 4G, as well as providing lower latency. However, nearly three years later, 5G still isn’t fully supported by digital infrastructure that will enable mobile network operators (MNOs) to fully gain the benefits of its services. 5G is accelerating a revolution in enterprise IT with fixed wireless as a global market being expected to surpass US$90 billion by 2030 from US$0.5 billion in 2020 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 75.4% according to Fatpos Global Pvt.Find out more
31 March 2023
Intracom Telecom has signed a new deal with Sudanese ISP Maxnet to supply its WiBAS wireless access systems.
The project is expected to be complete by 2025, with Intracom Telecom delivering the latest generation of its WiBAS-Connect Terminals and OSDR Hubs as well as a Point-to-Multipoint (PMP) wireless system capable of connecting up to 120 subscribers to a base station sector. In addition, the company will provide Maxnet with uni|MS, its network lifecycle management and automation system.Find out more
10 March 2023
Intracom Telecom has signed a frame contract agreement with Maxnet for the supply of the WiBAS™ wireless access systems. The project is anticipated to be completed by 2025.
Within the framework of this multimillion US dollars agreement, Intracom Telecom supplies its latest generation of WiBAS™-Connect Terminals and OSDR Hubs, a Point-to-Multipoint (PMP) wireless system capable of connecting up to 120 subscribers to a base station sector, along with company's network lifecycle management and automation system, uni|MS™.Find out more
06 March 2023
The South African telecommunications industry is currently in a state of flux. On the one hand, 5G network rollouts are gathering pace, with the latest news that Nokia has won a major deal to expand MTN’s 5G network to more than 2,800 additional sites around the country.
On the other hand, there seems to be no end in sight to the country’s power crisis, with storm clouds gathering around the key stakeholders following the explosive allegations levelled at Eskom and the governing ANC by ousted CEO Andre De Ruyter.Find out more