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The Internet of things (IoT) is counted among emerging technologies that promise to transform the South African market. While the opportunity for IoT is young in South Africa, its potential influence is far-reaching. For example, in the mining industry

Machine learning is going to alter our world fundamentally for the better, improving healthcare and the manufacturing industry, and assisting in the prediction of supply and demand levels across a range of industries. For those who are into science-fiction

Along with the rest of the world, South Africa is in the midst of the fourth industrial revolution, in which the smart use of information and technology is reshaping societies. One of the most apparent ways in which this is happening can be seen is in the growth

Dark Fibre Africa-owned Internet-of-things network operator SqwidNet said on Tuesday that it has expanded coverage to eight metropolitan areas – East London, Port Elizabeth, Durban, Cape Town, Bloemfontein, the East Rand

SqwidNet, the newly established subsidiary of Dark Fibre Africa, is making quick progress with the deployment of its Internet of things network, already providing coverage to many parts of Gauteng. SqwidNet CEO Reshaad Sha

Fast-growing privately held telecommunications company Dark Fibre Africa has announced it will deploy an “Internet of things” network in South Africa in partnership with France’s Sigfox

Open-access fibre telecommunications infrastructure provider DFA (Dark Fibre Africa) has acquired a “significant minority stake” in fibre-to-the-home specialist SA Digital Villages for an undisclosed sum. The transaction will see