A recently announced collaborative effort aims to deploy sustainable broadband, connecting millions in Africa, fostering local businesses, and promoting sustainability.
Last week, we examined the impact of mobile money in Africa, exploring the runaway success of M-Pesa in Kenya by framing this against the broader backdrop of the continent, where mobile money has frequently been touted as the solution to financial inclusion.
Safaricom continues to enhance the offering of its recently launched Ethiopian service. The latest innovation is a payment system aimed at entrepreneurs, businesses and government.
Telekom Malaysia says it has swapped out 90% of its copper cables in Sabah with fibre and will ditch the remaining copper lines by 2025 as it copes with rising incidents of cable theft.
Axiata Group announced Wednesday that it will restructure its Indonesian subsidiaries XL Axiata and Link Net to better take advantage of growing demand for fixed broadband and fixed mobile convergence (FMC) services.
According to local press reports an international tender notice has been launched in Madagascar for the provision of satellite services.
Is the long-running saga of the five broken undersea cables linking Vietnam with the world now over? Regional reports suggest it may be, at least for now.
Pan-African operator Airtel Africa has announced the launch in Africa of Nxtra by Airtel, a data centre business.
Nokia secured a contract to supply its Digital Operations Orchestration software to Saudi-based operator stc, enabling the provider to deploy 5G slicing services and boost growth opportunities.
PLDT and its mobile arm Smart Communications have partnered with Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA) to develop digital solutions for cacao farmers in the Philippines.