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Internet access to 'spike' in SA
Internet access to 'spike' in SA

CAPE TOWN: South Africa is forecast to see a massive jump in internet traffic as more people switch to smartphones and other smart devices.

By Duncan Alfreds 29 Jun 2015 11:22

Is the Internet of Things the next big thing for mobile app companies?
Is the Internet of Things the next big thing for mobile app companies?

IoT (The Internet of Things) refers to the connection of physical objects with software, sensors, electronics, and networks. This connectivity enables these objects to achieve a greater value and use by exchanging data with the operator, manufacturer, and other connected devices. This concept seems like something out of science fiction, but as technology and mobile apps become more advanced, clearly the worlds of science fiction are not too far off.

By Dina Destreza 29 Jun 2015 08:11

Embracing digital disruption
Embracing digital disruption

The internet of things is driving the need for organisations to transform into digital businesses and this is disrupting business operations like never before.

26 Jun 2015 07:41

Cell C and Facebook partner to launch Internet.org in SA
Cell C and Facebook partner to launch Internet.org in SA

Cell C have announced the launch of a partnership with Facebook, bringing zero-rated access to the service for all Cell C customers and access to Facebook's initiative, Internet.org free basic services.

25 Jun 2015 08:21

Jasco activates redundant fibre link between NewTelco data centre and Teraco
Jasco activates redundant fibre link between NewTelco data centre and Teraco

Jasco has announced the activation of a dedicated fibre link between its NewTelco data centre located in Midrand and the Teraco data centre in Isando, Johannesburg.

25 Jun 2015 07:46

All you need is the air that you breathe... and bandwidth
All you need is the air that you breathe... and bandwidth

South Africa's bandwidth pricing has experienced less dramatic reductions of late, after several years of more aggressive price drops - but, predicts Brian Timperley of Turrito Networks, a new round of disruption is due under the twin pressures of fibre rollout to consumers and the growth of international "over the top" (OTT) services like WhatsApp.

24 Jun 2015 16:16

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Future trends of intelligent buildings

Steve Coster from multidisciplinary design practice Hassell, and Ben Crosby from Australia's telecommunications and media company, Telstra, recently shared their views on changes in the way intelligent buildings operate and trends in the way they function with Pete Greaves, an expertise leader at Aurecon, a provider of engineering, management and specialist technical services.

24 Jun 2015 06:26

CloudGate provides low-power, high-tech solution for rural school - CloudGate
CloudGate provides low-power, high-tech solution for rural school

Gratton School near Eshowe in KwaZulu-Natal aims to provide an excellent education for rural children - a mission that recently expanded to include e-learning facilities powered by CloudGate Android devices.

Issued by CloudGate 23 Jun 2015 10:46

Tackling the business-end of technology - Global Access
Tackling the business-end of technology

Working alongside an industry icon and being mentored by them is one thing, but having to step up to the plate and fill their shoes when they're no longer there is a different story altogether.

Issued by Global Access 23 Jun 2015 10:28