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A Glimmer of Hope (2004_02_TECH_INTERNET)
In the poorer and denser parts of Johannesburg, including the down town flatlands, townships and informal settlements, very few people have access to the internet...
A wired foundation is necessary in Africa (07_03_TECH_ERRICSON)
With most of the continent without access to a telephone, wired or wireless, the growth potential of the telecommunications market is enough to entice the largest telecoms companies in the world into looking at Africa - and other emerging markets.
African telecoms ‘growing up’ (07_03_TECH_TELECOMS)
Brisk subscriber growth in Africa drives need for increased network capabilities.
BACK IN SPACE (09_03_TECH_SPACE)
Satellite communications company Iridium, is back in space - but this time the company is tackling the satellite telephony market in an entirely different manner to ensure it does not face another company meltdown as it did in 1999.
Breaking new ground (07_03_TECH_KCM ICT)
One of Zambia’s largest mining companies, Konkola Copper Mines (KCM), has embarked on a multi-million dollar drive to upgrade its information and communication technology (ICT) infrastructure, enhancing communication between its four sites and significantly streamlining operations.
BUILDING GRPS NETWORKS FOR AFRICA (09_03_TECH_GRPS)
It is estimated that less than four percent of mobile subscribers located within greater Africa have access to the Internet - a paradox, perhaps, in the sense that the Internet was around for some years before the modern GSM cellular phone was developed.
E.COM INSTITUTE SETS SIGHTS ON NAMIBIA (08_03_TECH_ECOMNAMIBIA)
Johannesburg-based IT consulting firm e.com institute has opened a Namibian subsidiary to deal with what it calls ‘massive opportunities’ in Namibia as well as north of the border, including managing existing contracts with major clients like the United Nations and Bank Windhoek, among others.
GOVERNANCE MUST IMPROVE (08_03_BUSN_SIEMENS)
The dogs of war are still playing hide and seek in the jungles of the Congo.
GROWING FREELY (09_03_TECH_GHANA)
After liberalising its telecoms sector in the late 90s, Ghana is bracing itself for better telecommunication services.
HOME-GROWN CELLPHONE (09_03_TECH_AFRICACELL)
Cellular telephony usage is growing rapidly on the African continent. Major products - such as the actual handsets, are all mainly manufactured in Europe, the Far East and the US.
Is your network secure? (05_03_INFO_NETWORKS)
Big or small, companies must ensure that their computer networks are secure from outside attacks.
Key to the continent (07_03_SMART_NET1)
Smart card technology is taking the world - and Africa - by storm.
MEETING A CONTINENT BY ITS PORTS (09_03_TECH_PORTS)
Ports of Africa is a maritime voyage, a long circumnavigation of almost 20,000 miles around Africa.
MORE BANG FOR THE IT BUCK (09_03_TECH_MORE_IT)
Corporate buyers of IT goods haven’t had it so good in a long time. Technology vendors, feeling the pinch after two years of sluggish sales, are discounting their products - sometimes heavily - to book new revenues.
MTN GOES 'Y'HELLO (09_03_TECH_MTN)
MTN’s journey into Africa has seen the company become a major contributor to growth.
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