Has communications regulator Icasa just snatched away prime 5G spectrum from under the noses of South Africa’s big mobile operators?
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Comsol Networks, a telecommunications business backed by Andile Ngcaba’s Convergence Partners, has launched the first 5G network in Soweto.
One of the world’s largest telecommunications operators, New York-headquartered Verizon Communications, will back a new 5G network to be deployed in South Africa by local telecommunications company Comsol
Two days after Vodacom said it would begin trialling 5G services in South Africa on a limited basis, MTN has also jumped on the bandwagon, saying in a statement on Thursday morning that it has signed a memorandum of understanding
Vodacom and networking equipment supplier Nokia will trial 5G technology in South Africa, the two companies said on Tuesday. Working with Vodacom in a series of workshops and trials, Nokia test how 5G
Fifth-generation mobile services have taken a big step forward. On Thursday, semiconductor giant Qualcomm announced it has completed the first 5G data connection on a chipset designed for mobile phones. The company has also
It’s Friday (the 13th) and that means it’s time to talk tech. In this week’s episode of TalkCentral, Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg chat about the imminent launch of South Africa’s first (trial) 5G network
Comsol, a telecommunications company backed by Nedbank, the Industrial Development Corporation and Andile Ngcaba’s Convergence Partners, will launch the first fifth-generation network in South
Comsol, the telecommunications company that has built a national open-access wireless broadband network for businesses and which plans to launch South Africa’s first 5G network next month on a trial basis