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Internet is a ‘lifeline not a luxury’ in the COVID-19 era. Strong policies on broadband infrastructure and access are needed to drive down prices
South African Internet market has come of age, and consumers – especially business customers – are benefiting from plummeting prices, increased speeds, and a myriad of package choices.
Afrika, in general, needs stable, high availability platforms that can scale.
Each year cyber security attacks become bigger, more severe, and more costly to recover from, but their occurrence is one which most South African organisations are worryingly unprepared for.
South Africa's digital technology sector shows greater potential to not only lift flagging industries to new levels of prosperity, but to emerge as a powerhouse sector in its own right.
SEACOM has increased the capacity of its Southern and Eastern Afrikan coastline cable network system, which connects to Europe, to 1,5 Tbps. The recent upgrade adds 500Gbps of new capacity the subsea fibre cable network system. About 18 months ago, SEACOM added 500Gbps capacity to the same subsea fibre