Major companies, including Discovery and Fidelity ADT, have banded together to save the Sigfox internet of things network in South Africa.
Corporate clients and other stakeholders have banded together to save the Sigfox IoT network in South Africa, with an agreement expected soon.
Promoted | As South Africans become increasingly tech savvy, they are looking at ways to make their homes smarter, to increase convenience and enhance safety by using a wide variety of DIY Internet-of-things sensors.
South African Sigfox Internet of things operator SqwidNet has signed three major deals to roll out the technology in consumer and business applications.
Altron subsidiary Netstar has partnered with Dark Fibre Africa’s Internet of things business SqwidNet to roll IoT solutions in South Africa.
In this episode of the TechCentral podcast, Duncan McLeod chats to SqwidNet acting CEO Phathizwe Malinga about the deployment of Internet of things technologies in South Africa. Malinga, who took the
South African university students are being challenged to develop Internet of things solutions to address specific challenges facing the African continent. SqwidNet, which is building an IoT network in South Africa
SqwidNet, the Internet of things (IoT) network operator launched as a partnership between Dark Fibre Africa and France-headquartered IoT specialist Sigfox, now covers 83% of South Africa’s population, it said on
Dark Fibre Africa’s SqwidNet business has signed a partnership deal with Internet of things (IoT) specialist SMME IoT with the aim of connecting a million devices in South Africa in a three- to five-year period
Sigfox’s co-founder is eyeing a listing in 2019 and pondering a pre-IPO round later this year, after reassuring investors about the future of the French start-up. With money from backers including Salesforce.com and