26 December 2022
Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania is now covered by a high-speed internet network.
The network was built by Tanzania Telecommunications Corporation (TTCL) with the technical support of Huawei. It covers the whole mountain, from the foot to the Uhuru peak, the highest point in Africa, located at 5,985m above sea level.
“We worked closely with Huawei during the construction of the network to connect Africa's highest peak. Huawei has provided us with high-quality equipment that has worked smoothly despite extreme weather conditions,” said Peter Ulanga, general manager of TTCL.Find out more
14 December 2022
Mauritius Telecom has entrusted the modernization of its WiFi network to Alepo, which has duly deployed its WiFi service management platform (SMP) for this purpose. The initiative should enable Mauritius Telecom to better meet the needs of its customers, which are banks, government entities, hotels, etc.
The SMP WiFi solution is expected to enable Mauritius Telecom to manage and monetize its WiFi services and support new services such as WiFi Calling, Secure Onboarding, Bring Your Own device, and enabling the Internet of Things (IoT).Find out more
08 November 2022
NetAlly has launched its dedicated Wi-Fi 6/6E analyzer, the AirCheck™ G3 Pro.
Designed for network professionals of any skill level, it provides complete and accurate information to survey, validate new deployments or changes, quickly resolve connectivity and performance problems, and ensure the WLAN is meeting end users’ needs.Find out more
01 November 2022
CMC Networks has launched IP Premier, a high-performance dedicated internet access (DIA) solution designed to accelerate the adoption of SD-WAN across Africa.
IP Premier provides strict service level agreements (SLAs) for jitter, packet loss and round-trip delay (RTD), in addition to the standard availability.Find out more