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Do you think cables weren't damaged or labelled?
Good thing we've got such a fine regulator supporting the development of our local ICT.They also caused serious damage at the company’s data centre, where they vandalized equipment, ripping off servers and router switches worth millions of Rands
I don't know all the details of this case, but ICASA does seem like a bunch of thugs if they ripped equipment from the data center.
I think we've only heard one side of this incident.
Perhaps the opportunity was given to iBurst to accompany the sheriff and disconnect their own equipment.....
I just can't see that a sheriff, who probably thinks a switch is for turning lights on, would even know how to disassemble a server rack.
I think iBurst are exaggerating x10.
Oh definitely. You don't confiscate core equipment though - not unless you want to ruin the business. You just can't run a business if your core routers may or may not be there.I think iBurst are exaggerating x10.
Yeah - ICASA should go after them, but not like this. Sue them if necessary. Now we've got iBurst suing the regulator...and still no money.Why must everyone EXCEPT WBS pay license fees?
iBurst is just trying to make as much noise as possible.
The regulator is hardly to blame here. WBS was, and still is, in the wrong...
Why must everyone EXCEPT WBS pay license fees?
No, the right question is why should anyone to have pay license fees in the first place?