Ericsson in partnership with Mobinil is to enhance the Egyptian telecommunication company's network by providing improved data services to its subscribers
Ericsson in Egypt and the Middle East region will provide professional services such as design and integration of the various nodes of the Packet Core as well as data migration services.
Computer Warehouse Group CWG Plc has announced their signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN) at their corporate headquarters in Abuja
The objective of the MOU is to provide an ICT technology platform for the use of MSMEs at very little cost; this would also avail them the services of an Enterprises Resource Planning (ERP) platform called Small and Medium Enterprise Resource Planning (SMERP).
Inmarsat announced that Alcatel-Lucent has become a technology partner for the development of a new, fully integrated telecommunications network to deliver high-speed broadband services to commercial and business aviation passengers across EU
The unique network, which places Europe at the forefront of passenger aviation connectivity, is scheduled to enter commercial service by the end of 2016.
According to the new Digital Evolution Index, South Africa’s digital economy is the most developed in Africa, and one of the fastest growing in the world
Developed by MasterCard and The Fletcher School at Tufts University, the Index tracks a country’s movement toward digital evolution, gauges progress and assesses challenges in 50 countries.
Infosys announced the findings of a survey that revealed that cloud is being widely adopted for applications central to business success
The survey found that cost-saving is no longer the primary driver for leveraging cloud; as cloud adoption matures, 77 percent of enterprises consider agility the key driver.
Alcatel-Lucent is to provide Liquid Telecom with various GPON and DWDM technologies for the expansion of its networks in Kenya and Uganda
Upgrades to Liquid Telecom's fibre networks in Kenya and Uganda will increase access to high-speed, high-bandwidth Internet.
New research from global IT association ISACA found that few workplaces worldwide are ready for the invasion of wearable technology and other connected devices
According to the 2014 IT Risk/Reward Barometer—a 110-country survey of 1,646 ISACA members who are business and IT professionals—43 percent of global respondents say their organization has plans in place to leverage the Internet of Things or expects to create plans in the next 12 months.