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Kenya secures $173 million from Huawei for data center

Kenya secures $173 million from Huawei for the development of the Konza Data Centre and Smart City Facilities Project at Konza Technology City outside Nairobi.

MTN and Huawei launch their 5G field trial in South Africa

MTN and Huawei have unveiled what is possibly Afrika's first 5G field trial in Pretoria, South Africa. The Huawei technology solution used for the trial is a 5G 28GHz millimeter-wave technology fixed-wireless access solution. During the demonstration of the 5G trial, the companies explained that it was the first time

Malawi to enjoy faster Internet speeds as the Malawi National Optic Fibre Backbone Project nears completion

Malawi's government has indicated that citizens can expect faster Internet speeds in the Southern Afrikan country in February 2018. This will come courtesy of the Malawi National Optic Fibre Backbone Project whose implementation kicked off in April 2017. Nicholas Dausi, Malawi's Minister of Information and Communications Technology (ICT), said that

4 ways a phone with artificial intelligence can enhance your life right now

Research released last month has revealed that 33% of smartphones will be enabled with artificial intelligence (AI) by 2020. You don’t have to wait three years to experience the future though. This year saw the release of the first on-device artificial intelligence phones. Artificial intelligence looks set to change

Huawei Is Now The World's 2nd Largest Smartphone Brand Ahead Of Apple

Huawei has surpassed Apple as the world's second largest smartphone brand, with Samsung in first place. This is according to the latest research from Counterpoint’s research. This is based on smartphone sales for June and July 2017 where Huawei consistently shipped more smartphones than Apple. Furthermore, based on Counterpoint's

Digital Divide Is Still Common In Afrika Despite Rapid Growth Of Information Technology

The digital divide —the gulf between those who have ready access to information and communication technologies (ICTs) such as computers and the internet and those who do not — does exist in Kenya and many parts of Africa. I got this key message during a media day in Kenya last week