Nico Steyn, co-founder and CEO of IoT.nxt, the Internet of things technology specialist acquired by Vodacom in 2019, has stepped down with immediate effect.
Promoted podcast | IoT.nxt has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Vodafone’s UK subsidiary that will see the two companies collaborating in delivering IoT solutions to the mobile operator’s enterprise customer base.
Promoted | Skills in the IT industry are in short supply and have been for decades. But the skills shortage in the Internet of things arena is even more acute. In this podcast, IoT.nxt executives discuss the challenge.
Promoted | In the third of a series of podcasts with IoT.nxt, the company’s CEO, Nico Steyn, and chief of product engineering, André Jacobs, join TechCentral for a discussion on innovation.
Promoted | In this podcast, TechCentral is joined by IoT.nxt CEO Nico Steyn and Vodacom Business CEO William Mzimba to talk about Vodacom’s acquisition of the company, plus much more.
Promoted | Nico Steyn, co-founder and CEO of IoT.nxt, joins TechCentral for a discussion on how the company has grown a year on from Vodacom Group’s acquisition of a 51% stake in the business.
Vodacom Group will spend R1-billion in its current financial year ensuring its network in South Africa is able to cope with Eskom’s rolling blackouts.
In this episode of the podcast, Duncan McLeod interviews IoT.nxt co-founder and CEO Nico Steyn about the recently announced acquisition by Vodacom Group of 51% of the company.
Vodacom will acquire a 51% stake in South African Internet of things specialist IoT.nxt, the telecommunications group said on Monday.
Most companies have heard of the Internet of things, the idea that a vast network of objects, from cameras to air conditioners, can be connected to the Internet to create a vast network of controllable