Category: Big data

Mizizi Africa Homes mulls using big data on homes

Real estate firm, Mizizi Africa Homes has announced plans of deploying big data to boost the efficiency of its operations and offer custom solutions to prospective homeowners. The developer has today said it is seeking to understand existing and new clients better by analysing their dream home preferences, purchase history and financial status to help […]
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Compfix Data rebrands to Evail to offer cyber security services

Data Management Company, Compfix Data Limited has rebranded to Evail as it seeks to position itself as the most trusted data solutions brand in East Africa. The firm seeks to increase its portfolio offering as it ventures into offering cybersecurity and business continuity solutions. Previously, the company has been offering IT solutions including Data recovery, […]
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Takwimu Africa - Data for changemakers

Takwimu to empower African changemakers with data access in Kenya

Data has become an intricate element of today’s age of digital and technological information progress. Social Media and connected devices, as well as digital communication, has allowed institutions as well as businesses to be able to collect and leverage customer data to help develop increase sales and improve customer interaction. Driven by this new thinking, […]
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Syniverse, China Telecom Global launch connectivity services in Africa

China Telecom Global (CTG), a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Telecom Corporation Limited and Syniverse, a business service provider have reaffirmed their strategic partnership and pre-launched a new suite of connectivity solutions to provide services for mobile operators in Africa for quickly and cost-effectively migrating to 4G and other advanced voice, data, and video services. The […]
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SEACOM: Powering Africa’s digital economy

Tony Tugee, Managing Director SEACOM sees increased data usage, a changing world and markets that will be disrupted by new technologies. By Brian Yatich The world is overflowing with information. Every day, humans generate 2.5 quintillion bytes of data. Reports, selfies, streaming TV’s, text messages, high definition videos and data visuals are some of the […]
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Ajua is disrupting the tech landscape

In the current age of doing business, Data has become instrumental in understanding and improving business processes to reduce financial pilferage and save time Ajua, a Nairobi based Customer Experience company has integrated technology with businesses at the points that matter most to their customers to measure and optimize their customer experience. Since its inception in […]
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IDTechEx Report: Radars 2020-2030: Technologies, Future Trends, Forecasts

IDTechEx Report: Radars 2020-2030: Technologies, Future Trends, Forecasts

Cambridge, UK Radars evolve towards 4D imaging with improved resolution and object detection AIs, surpassing $15Bn as forecast by IDTechEx Research in their latest report on the topic, covering ADAS and autonomous driving, 4D imaging radars, semiconductor technology, low insertion loss materials, advanced packaging, deep learning, object detection/classification/tracking.   The latest report from IDTechEx research “Radars 2020-2030: […]
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Achieving Broadband Access for All in Africa

To achieve universal broadband access, African countries will need to bring about 1.1 billion more people online. Across Africa, where less than a third of the population has access to broadband connectivity, achieving universal, affordable, and good quality internet access by 2030 will require an investment of US $100 billion. This is according to a […]
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Why revolutionary technologies will drive African prosperity

Right now, we’re at a tipping point in Africa’s development. We’re hurtling headlong into the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), which has the potential to turbocharge the socio-economic development of the entire African continent. We’ve got the youngest continent in the world, with 60% of Africa’s 1.25 billion people under the age of 25. If we […]
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