This year’s SATNAC is just around the corner.
If you’re interested in telecoms or LEGO this africast is for you.
Digital masters must remember the human element of technology in order to succeed.
We know the benefits of 5G but how will the technology change the companies that help us connect to the web?
Google Glass might have failed, but that doesn’t mean that the company won’t bring it back as a wrist-worn device.
“The Internet of Things (IoT) is our time to shine, as it is the fabric of the digital economy.”
The debate of IoT regulation sparks a number of questions, and nobody really has the all the solutions just yet.
Minister Cwele reveals the government’s Broadband War Room.
“South Africans deserve the best broadband infrastructure and we’re committed to giving them a superior experience.”
Minister Cwele rather candidly delves into the connectivity challenges facing the country, promises action to address them.
Africa can start solving its problems by turning to innovation – especially with the youth.
Telkom’s proposed initiative borrows its concept from the city of New York.
Minister Cwele says the rollout will continue to 2022 and is intended to drive e-government services.
It also wants to see sub-R1 000 devices in the hands of every South African.
Adam talks about broadband in South Africa with two French gentlemen from Alcatel-Lucent at SATNAC.
Siyabonga Cwele reiterates commitment to South Africa Connect and targets for universal access by 2020.