Network-agnostic IoT platform from IS, Comsol

The IoT platform will offer intelligent, automated orchestration, and self-configuration by users so they can change network technologies such as LoRaWAN, Sigfox, Wi-Fi, GPRS and others) or the data interfaces and communication protocols at will.

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Fixed broadband wireless technology for Africa

"We are starting to see huge demand for reliable internet platforms from various types of service providers wishing to replace legacy worldwide interoperability with microwave access (WiMAX) deployments." ~ Kamal Mokrani, Global VP, InfiNet Wireless

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Q&A: Why partner with tech startups?

"In a lot of cases we even bring small start-up companies and developers on site and give them space in the office from where they can run their businesses, in return they offer their services to us." ~ TFG CIO Brent Curry

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Wits University to offer Huawei certification

Through HAINA, IT students at Wits will gain ICT technology knowledge as well as hands-on practical training experiences. Students who go through the HAINA lab will obtain HCNA/P-Cloud Computing certification.

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SA customers still favour interaction with humans

Reaching the tipping point of customer interaction: Businesses should focus on both traditional and digital interactions if they hope to keep up with South African customers, many of whom still want to speak to a human.

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What’s driving smart home trends?

IDC finds a wide gap between smart home technology applications and scenario-based services, suggesting smart home product R&D should focus on future trends like AI to improve the functionality of the smart home.

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M2M communication and IoT

'The challenge isn’t what big data can do for a business though, but how to manage it so that the business can achieve what it needs to from big data' ~ Johan Scheepers, Commvault Systems Engineering Director for MESAT

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Technology: Disrupting the way we work and play

In today’s world, the adage ‘disrupt or die’ holds true, and executives can ill afford to not be focused on forging their business path ahead, applying technology to ensure they remain relevant and competitive.

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Technology and the revolution of usefulness

The take-out from the Uber tale is that customers are spoiled for choice when it comes to products. People don’t need cars in new-fangled colours or shapes, but now want better service and utility.

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Artificial Intelligence: Age of the thinking machines

Discovery gains control with virtualised storage, new realities for the data centre, and the promise of IoT in Africa.

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