Category: <span>5G</span>

Ericsson 5G commercially live with MTN in South African cities

Ericsson 5G commercially live with MTN in South African cities

Communications service provider MTN has gone live with Ericsson-powered commercial 5G in the South African cities of Bloemfontein and Port Elizabeth. Ericsson was announced as an MTN South Africa vendor in November 2019, to deploy products and solutions spanning its radio access network (RAN) Ericsson Radio System, transport and 5G Core network portfolios. Ericsson will also deploy Ericsson Spectrum Sharing. […]
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Vodacom launches Africa’s first live 5G network

Vodacom has switched on Africa’s first live 5G mobile network in Johannesburg, Pretoria and Cape Town, with further rollouts planned to other parts of the country. This network will support both mobile and fixed wireless services and is currently available on twenty live 5G sites, 18 of which are in Gauteng and 2 in Cape […]
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Momentum in the race towards 5G in Africa

Momentum in the race towards 5G in Africa

5G has arrived, and it is expected to spark an unprecedented wave of innovation and economic growth across Africa  By Brian Yatich  The talk about 5G is everywhere. Globally, the discussion has gained much momentum. Some say the invention is already here. But in other regions, such as Africa, 5G is still decades away.  The term “5G” refers to the […]
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Infinet Wireless is mulling African market expansion

Infinet Wireless is mulling African market expansion

Infinet Wireless, a global manufacturer of fixed broadband wireless systems has announced it has made a number of new landmark implementation agreements across the African market. The telco firm has partnered with Camtel, the leading telecom operator in Cameroon, to modernize and expand broadband infrastructure across the country. At the Russia-Africa Economic Forum and Summit, Infinet CEO Dmitry Okorokov […]
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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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Nokia paves way for 4G , 5G growth in Ethiopia

Nokia is committed to working with Ethiopia to pave the way for world-class telecommunication services with advanced technologies including 4G and 5G Nokia will is set to collaborate with two of the most recognized universities for science and engineering in Ethiopia, the Addis Ababa Science and Technology University (AASTU) and the Addis Ababa Institute of […]
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