Liquid Intelligent Technologies today held a press event where, on top of reaffirming the companies new image, it announced that its fibre network now spanned 100 000 Kms. This is massive for a company that has been in operation for just under a couple of decades. To put that number into perspective that’s more than […]
CICs keep coming…
First Eutelsat now Tejas Networks well done TelOne.
Web hosting is like paying rent.
Its not just a change in name.
Not enough for the US market at 12,000 satellites let alone the rest of the world.
Liquid rolls on.
New services, new name
Adding on to it’s 70 000kms of fibre across the continent.
Progress is moving at a glacial pace.
The Postal and Telecommunications Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) has given a progress report on old e-learning initiatives as well as new ones set for this year
There’s more to come from Utande LTE and Dandemutande in 2021
Internet to the people.
More competition for Blaze and Wibroniks.
POTRAZ Director-General said the authority wants to increase competition in the data service market but is this possible with current providers struggling?
Liquid Telecom yesterday launched a US$600 million bond to help with debt refinancing and for the further expansion of its operations.
Liquid Telecom has acquired the Middle East and African operations of Quattro Business Group (QBS) enhancing the company’s product offering.
The Bank USSD service outage faced by some Econet customers this afternoon was down to a Liquid Telecom fibre link challenge.
Liquid’s Africa Data Centres is getting a US$300 million investment from the United States International Development Finance Corporation to expand the business.
Liquid Telecom has activated an 82km cross border fibre link in Botswana that links the Lobatse Border with the capital city Gaborone
Liquid Telecom has reportedly been given the green light to acquire the stake Botswana Power Corporation holds in Liquid Telecom Botswana.
Liquid Telecom has announced a partnership with US communications infrastructure firm ZAYO which will see both companies leverage the others network capabilities
For more than a year now there has been a lot of people ‘hacking’ their way to ‘free’ internet on NetOne. Convince themselves it’s no crime
Econet Group partners with Alphabet Inc subsidiary to expand internet services across Sub Saharan Africa
Econet Group has partnered with X, an Alphabet Inc subsidiary, to bring Project Taara’s wireless light-beam broadband technology to Sub Saharan Africa.