Articles by Rudolph Muller
Local Loop Unbundling is critical to the future of open competition in the telecommunications industry.
WHILE VOICE-OVER Internet Protocol services have been legal in South Africa for the past two years, regulatory bungling may apply the brakes on that market.
Consumers often complain about South Africaâ€™s exorbitant ADSL prices, and it is sometimes good to understand why people in the know slate Telkomâ€™s rates.
A new survey confirms 316 mobile network operators in 149 countries have committed to deploying EDGE.
Microsoft has announced that Halo 3 â€“ an exclusive Xbox 360 title – has become the fastest selling pre-ordered video game in history, soaring past the 1 million milestone.
South Africa’s telecommunications sector is only now starting to free itself from its monopolistic shackles, but government – which should be driving liberalisation – is turning out to be one of the greatest hindrances to this process.
While Vodacom has so far invested R2bn into its 3G/HSDPA network, smaller rival, Cell C, looks set to eschew this market, pointing to a trend that will see Vodacom turning into a multi-focused ISP.
AMD has announced the establishment of its local office, which is located in the JSE building at the Exchange Square in Sandton.
Telkom has launched their PrepaidFone Waya-Waya service which lowers the barrier of entry for new fixed lines customers.
Some Members of Parliament (MPs) protested on Wednesday at the Bill to regulate internet gambling.