fibre optic network

 
Fibre optic turf war pushes speeds up and prices down
Fibre optic turf war pushes speeds up and prices down
A turf war to lay fibre optic cables directly to homes in South Africa’s largest metros is delivering faster speeds and cheaper prices.
Fibrehoods vs Futurehoods: A battle won by consumers
Fibrehoods vs Futurehoods: A battle won by consumers
In the second decade of the 21st century, fibre-to-the-home represents the arrival of the future. Once the cost of installation is covered, it has...
High-tech and lowlife: How extortion is hobbling broadband roll-out
High-tech and lowlife: How extortion is hobbling broadband roll-out
Laying fibre-optic cabling isn't normally considered a dangerous job – difficult, time consuming and labour intensive, yes, but not...
MTN, Neotel to build 5 000km fibre-optic network
MTN, Neotel to build 5 000km fibre-optic network
Africa's biggest cellphone operator MTN and South Africa's second biggest fixed-line operator Neotel will build a national long-distance fibre-optic network for between R1,7-billion and R2-billion....

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