More collaboration is needed between FNOs and ISPs.
Fibre Network Operator (FNO), Evotel, has partnered with Infinity Wirelesss, a Rustenburg ISP to provide the Rustenburg Crime Combating Forum (RCCF) with free fibre internet services.
Evotel is proud to be supporting Goldfields WiFi and Computers – a Welkom ISP in the Free State – with a R90 000 monetary donation for its 'Restore Riebeeckstad' project.
Load-shedding is possibly the hottest topic on everyone's lips these days and the situation is a huge concern impacting almost every aspect of our lives.
The idea of Smart Cities is wonderful and it will address a lot of South African citizens' issues with the government's service delivery failures if done and implemented correctly and properly.
Today there are many ways to connect to the internet, but only one connection currently remains the leader in terms of speed, quality, and reliability and that is fibre.
Educational diagnostics company, Learn2, has partnered with two telecommunications organisations to offer schools in small towns South Africa and previously disadvantaged informal settlements free access to its diagnostics and video-based adaptive learning platform.
The key thing about fibre is that it provides people with access to information in a fast and reliable manner, which in turn, assists people to make informed decisions for the better of their lives.