[dropcap]B[/dropcap]roadlink and iBurst parent Wireless Business Solutions is now called Rain. Its CEO, Duncan Simpson-Craib, sat down with TechCentral on Tuesday to talk about the name change.
Also in the podcast, Simpson-Craib goes into some detail about the 4G/LTE-Advanced network that the company is building — eventually, it plans to deploy as many as 10 000 towers — as well as its first consumer-focused offering, which it’s launching soon.
He talks about Rain’s partnership with Vodacom and about migrating iBurst customers to the new network. And he gives his views on what Rain will be doing to differentiate itself in a crowded broadband market.
It’s a fascinating interview — you don’t want to miss it.
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