The issue has reached prominence in Europe, the US and other markets, but where does South Africa stand on the subject of network neutrality? By Carmen Cupido.
When the Internet Service Providers’ Association was founded 25 years ago, its principal raison d’être was fighting Telkom’s monopoly. Now the company has been accepted as a member.
Former Openserve and Internet Solutions executive Prenesh Padayachee has been appointed as chief digital officer, replacing chief technical officer Claes Segelberg in an expanded role.
ICT industry veteran Oliver Fortuin will take over from Byron Clatterbuck as CEO of Seacom with effect from January 2021.
Seacom chief strategy officer Suveer Ramdhani, who has played an integral role in the telecommunications company since its launch in 2009, has resigned.
Seacom will more than double the capacity on its fibre-optic network by the end of August as demand for broadband grows across Africa.
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Seacom, which started life exclusively as an undersea cable operator, has slowly been expanding into new areas, including national backhaul and business connectivity. Now, it’s getting into the consumer ISP market.
The West Africa Cable System has begun carrying traffic again after a cable break off the coast of England last week interrupted services between South Africa, and other African countries, and Europe.