Lots of South Africans now work from home, there are hundreds of thousands of formal small businesses operating in the country and they employ around 4.2 million people, yet connectivity can be one of the many challenges they face as they try to stay afloat.
Getting a reliable connection isn’t what most people want to worry about right now. We’re already afraid of so much: losing income, being retrenched, contracting Covid-19, the economic effects of load shedding, the results of state capture, and a lot more besides.
June is officially the start of winter and it’s also the month in which we bring training to the Mother City. So if you are based in the Western Cape (or if you fancy a break from your home town!) join us on 6 June as we unpack the mysteries of fibre technology. Being held at Rondekuil Estates in Durbanville on 6 June, the fundamental fibre training agenda is packed with important information
Fibre Training at Western Cape Agenda
How to manage a layer3 ISP on fibre
Introduction and history
A couple of Fibre Network stories have made the headlines recently. We would love to share them with you. Click here to read more about the ‘Groundbreaking Telkom-Vodacom judgement’ and ‘Removal of ICASA chairperson Rubben Mahlaloga after conviction on fraud charges’
Telkom judgement is Groundbreaking for Fibre Network – Vodacom
Vodacom has described the Supreme Court of Appeal ruling that Vodacom is allowed to use certain Telkom ducts and sleeves to roll out its fibre network as groundbreaking.