Paratus and Telecom Namibia to Land Subsea Cable in Namibia – Tempemail

Telecom Namibia CEO, Stanley Shanapinda and Paratus Group CEO Barney Harmse Paratus and Telecom Namibia have agreed to land subsea cable, Equiano, in Namibia. This move is expected to provide Namibian networks with greater capacity, stimulate economic growth and support a competitive telecommunication sector. “This is a major milestone for Continue Reading

NuovoPay for Handset Leasing in the Telecom Industry – Tempemail

Sourced from Getty Images. Mobile phones are no longer a luxury, even in the geographies that were once underserved in terms of technology. The proliferation of mobile phones across diverse avenues has led to a transformation that was inconceivable, a few years ago. Mobile phones- the new normal for Africa Continue Reading

Liquid Telecom Expands Connectivity in Botswana – Tempemail

Liquid Telecom has revealed that it is activating 82 km of fibre in a cross-border network into Botswana. This expansion connects the Lobatse Border to Gaborone with intent to create efficient mobility and connectivity in Botswana. “At Liquid Telecom, we have a proven track record of investing in and deploying technology Continue Reading

Liquid Telecom Joins Forces with Zayo to Expand Network Coverage – Tempemail

Nic Rudnick, Liquid Telecoms Group CEO. Image sourced from TechAfrica News Liquid Telecoms has partnered with Zayo, a global communications infrastructure provider. The companies are expected to expand network operations in North America and Europe in addition to their African operations. “We have long been committed to building Africa’s digital Continue Reading

Liquid Telecom Appoints Group Chief Business Officer – Tempemail

Liquid Telecom has appointed Clayton Naidoo as new Group Chief Business Officer (GCBO). He will be responsible for driving growth, innovation and strategy in the enterprise market across the Group’s holdings. Naidoo will join the Liquid Telecom team in this role on 1 October 2020. A seasoned ICT professional, Naidoo Continue Reading

ECA Suspends Plans to Privatise Ethio Telecom – Tempemail

Sourced from allAfrica. In May, the Ethiopian Telecommunication Authority (ECA) issued a statement announcing that the country would now be open to selling a 40% stake in the state-owned company, Ethio Telecom. In response to this announcement, Safaricom and, its parent company, Vodacom both expressed their interest. However, it looks Continue Reading

Nokia to add open interfaces to its telecom equipment – Networking – Software- Tempemail

Finland’s Nokia on Tuesday became the first major telecom equipment maker to commit to adding open interfaces in its products that will allow mobile operators to build networks that are not tied to a vendor. The new technology, dubbed Open Radio Access Network (Open RAN), aims to reduce reliance on Continue Reading

MTN is Recognised as Most Admired Telecom Brand in Uganda | Tempemail

Image sourced from Pinterest. MTN has been recognised as the Most Admired Telecom Brand in Uganda by Brands Africa in the 2020 Africa’s Best Brands Survey which is conducted across 27 countries on the continent. “This award is an endorsement of our efforts towards keeping every Ugandan connected,” says Joseph Continue Reading

Intelsat and Liquid Telecom Agree to Extend Partnership | Tempemail

Intelsat and Liquid Telecom have announced the extension of their partnership agreement. The companies have collaborated since 2016 to bring broadband and other critical communications services to people throughout Eastern, Central and Southern Africa. Intelsat has been an integral part of Africa’s communications fabric since 1965; it was the first operator Continue Reading

Macquarie Telecom to build govt data centre in Canberra – Hardware – Networking- Tempemail

Macquarie Telecom will invest $17 million into a new data centre in Canberra to meet rising demand for cloud and cyber security services from government agencies. The company behind Macquarie Government on Tuesday said the inital investment would go towards the construction of a 1.5 megawatt (MW) facility, with work expected to begin Continue Reading