With its fibre network recently surpassing the 100 000 kilometre milestone, Liquid Intelligent Technologies is thriving in emerging markets.
The new Fibre-to-the-Business (FTTB) comparison tool is freely available and said to be a real game changer for South Africa businesses.
The completion of the project means MTN will be able to deploy fibre-related services to previously disadvantaged rural and township communities.
Six schools have received connectivity at speeds of 1 000Mbps courtesy of RocketNet.
Effective 1st June 2021, MetroFibre confirms that customers on its FTTH packages will see upgrades to their line speed at no additional cost.
MetroFibre is planning an expansion of its network especially in outlying areas.
Existing customers will be getting a speed bump and new customers will find FTTH Home Unlimited Bundles more affordable
Having recently reached 100 000 subscribers in the country, Herotel has also raised R910 million in funding as it readies for a significant infrastructure expansion.
Should customers not yet be serviced by fibre connectivity, Telkom will help customers explore other options.
The free offer will be made to new and existing Supersonic customers.
Evotel will increase line speeds to the next package up until May 2020 at no charge to its customers.
Cloud migration can have a number of demands but your fibre connectivity could change how easily the process happens.
The donation means JINX can implement WDM technology to improve bandwidth capacity.
In partnership with Frogfoot Networks, Telkom and Cloudseed, Vox will launch Lekelela Technical Services to address installation woes among other things.
The ISP revealed changes to its Openserve fibre offerings, confirming that none of its fibre products will be throttled.
The ISP now categorises its fibre packages in synchronous and asynchronous environments and offers 9 standard rates across the networks.
Having migrated 96 percent of prepaid fixed line customers to fibre and wireless, Telkom is now looking at migrating postpaid customers as well.
The service provider to conduct feasibility study in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, and Rwanda.