Comsol, working with Ericsson and multiple other original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), has completed a first-of-its-kind proof of concept (PoC) for a leading international mining group, in which it …
Our 5G dream is one where ubiquitous, high-speed networks deliver digital services to millions of citizens and businesses in South Africa at a low-cost.
Soweto’s Vilakazi Street is lit up with 5G, as Comsol aims for commercial rollout in 2019 in partnership with Samsung South Africa.
As businesses capture new advances made possible by the Cloud, the importance of network redundancy comes to the fore.
A look at the plan by Comsol and Fleetcall to assist rescue services in their communication during the Knysna fire disaster.
As the IoT ecosystem gathers steam, we can draw interesting parallels with the virtualisation and Cloud revolutions from a few years back.
Seasoned ICT expert Greg Montjoie has joined fast-growing telecoms player Comsol, to spearhead the organisation’s Internet of Things (IoT) business.
As we begin the New Year, our imaginations stretch towards all the wondrous possibilities enabled by rapidly-advancing technologies...
Local networking specialists Comsol has launched a new programme – the Comsol Young Entrepreneurs in Innovative Ideas Competition – to incubate and mentor technology and telecoms entrepreneurs.
Comsol delivers ‘shaft to shaft’ connectivity to promote safer mines.
This week Africa turns its focus toward the biggest tech event on the continent, AfricaCom.Gary Woolley explains that not only would AfricaCom be the perfect platform for a discussion of this magnitude, but it would also fall firmly within the event's theme for 2015.
Wireless every time, no contest says Brenden Pronk, CCO of Comsol
The demand for wireless in high fibre areas of South Africa continues unabated according to Brenden Pronk, Chief Commercial Officer of Comsol.
Wireless is the quickest and most cost-effective way to implement a communications network and nowhere is this more evident than in the mining industry.
Choosing a wireless service provider isn't that complicated.
High capacity wireless connectivity installed within days rather than months at a lower cost than copper or fibre, plus an aggressive SLA.
The ever increasing numbers of mobile devices in schools highlights the need for fast, secure and reliable connectivity. This enables the teachers to focus on teaching while giving the students the capacity and power to learn anywhere with access to a library of information.
If it’s a licensed wireless service you are after, then it’s important to know the basics of the spectrum application process so that you can have the confidence that your wireless partner is providing you with what they promised.
Many companies have been left without connectivity due to a recent crack-down from ICASA on illegal spectrum usage, resulting in a loss of productivity, and more importantly, loss of revenue.
Trial brings SA to cutting edge of innovation to improve internet connectivity
Intracom Telecom has partnered with Comsol to supply IS with Intracom Telecom's innovative Point-to-Multipoint wireless system for one of the largest next generation LMDS networks in the continent.