Calvin Collett, MD of Supersonic, the new fibre-to-the-home provider in the MTN South Africa stable, believes there is a big business opportunity to roll out broadband infrastructure in South Africa’s townships.
Protea Glen in Soweto will get fibre to the home after Vox subsidiary Frogfoot Networks announced a roll-out in the area, with up to 20 000 homes and businesses to be connected in a phased approach.
The potential of mobile technology has been “blown out of proportion” and won’t undermine demand for fibre broadband solutions.
Promoted | Integrated ICT and infrastructure provider Vox has announced its partnership with Netstream and SA Digital Villages as it works on broadening the reach and availability of its fibre-to-the-home offerings.
Telecommunications service provider Vox, through subsidiary Frogfoot Networks, has signed a deal to provide fibre broadband infrastructure into the property portfolio owned by Safari Investments RSA. Safari Investments is listed as
Copper-based digital subscriber line (DSL) technology will be dead and buried within the next five years as South Africa’s telecommunications industry ramps up the roll-out of fibre-to-the-home and fibre-to-the-business broadband infrastructure, the CEO of Vox, Jacques
In this episode of the TechCentral podcast, TechCentral editor Duncan McLeod chats to Vox CEO Jacques to Toit about the company’s R550m investment plan, announced recently. The money will be used mainly to expand subsidiary Frogfoot Networks’ fibre
Privately held ICT company Vox (formerly Vox Telecom) said on Wednesday that its shareholders have approved a R550m investment to invest in, among other things, broadband fibre-optic infrastructure. The investment will
Privately held telecommunications company Vox has announced plans to build a national long-distance fibre network, starting with a link to Richards Bay in KwaZulu-Natal. The focus will be on areas beyond the
In November, I argued that Telkom’s broadband digital subscriber line service had peaked (that was at the half-year mark). Since then, growth has slowed even further and the telecommunications giant is on a knife-edge of