One hundred and sixteen megahertz of bandwidth looks set to be pivotal for South Africa’s successful initial roll-out of next-generation, super-fast mobile 5G networks.
MultiChoice’s streaming video platform DStv Now served a peak of more than 500Gbit/s to sports fans during the Rugby World Cup final – the equivalent of 4TB of data a minute.
Adobe has announced a slew of products, led by a version of Illustrator for Apple’s iPad, meant to fortify its position as the leading provider of creative software.
After a year of tough headlines, the world’s biggest technology companies showed last week that they’re powering through, continuing to rake in cash and invest in future growth.
A Texas academic created a stir last year by alleging that bitcoin’s astronomical surge in 2017 was probably triggered by manipulation. He’s now doubling down with a striking new claim.
Icasa has set out five options for licensing so-called high-demand spectrum in South Africa, which will allow mobile operators to roll out both 4G and 5G infrastructure.
Safaricom and parent Vodacom Group plan a joint bid for an Ethiopian telecommunications licence that they expect to cost as much as R15-billion.