The unprecedented damage to three major undersea internet cables has thrust South Africa into a precarious position.
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Here’s the thing: we don’t need faster internet. Rather, we need to get existing technologies into the hands of more people.
Icasa has made a large tranche of additional Wi-Fi 6E spectrum available to South African users. This is why it matters.
Communications regulator Icasa has officially opened a big portion of the 6GHz band to Wi-Fi applications.
The perfect storm of a power-crippled 5G roll-out will widen rather than narrow the digital divide in South Africa.
The ongoing power crisis is starting to threaten one of the fundamental drivers of South Africa’s digital economy: Internet access.
Communications regulator Icasa is moving to make additional radio frequency spectrum available for Wi-Fi broadband.
The Wireless Access Providers Association recently called for the 6GHz band to be freed up for a technology called Wi-Fi 6E. Wapa executive Paul Colmer explains why in this podcast.
The Wireless Access Providers Association has called on government to free up the 6GHz band, claiming that doing so could drive a wave of economic growth.
South Africans who work from home, study online and try to keep their businesses alive rely on connectivity, without which it all ends. By Paul Colmer.