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SqwidNet Introduces IoT Entrepreneurship Programme

SqwidNet, the licensed Sigfox IoT network operator in South Africa, on Tuesday announced the launch of its entrepreneurship programme, (IoT)E - IoT to the...

Vehicle Tracking Firm Cartrack Adds 115 000 New Customers

Cartrack, South African-based vehicle tracking company, posted a 21% rise in customers to 666 000 subscribers.The number was driven by the addition of 115...

How Analytics and Machine Learning can Save Your Life

By Aneshan Ramaloo, senior business solutions manager at SASMore than 11,000 people died during the 2014-2016 Ebola outbreak in West Africa, or nearly 40%...

SqwidNet Brings Low-cost IoT Service for Disposable Devices to South...

Sigfox during its Prague conference unveiled a simplified connectivity service which now makes it possible to transform any short-range wireless device into a long-range...

Medicine Beyond Borders: Telemedicine in South Africa

By Vino Govender CM(SA), executive for product innovation and marketing at Dark Fibre AfricaTelemedicine, a term which literally means “healing at a distance”, speaks...

Vodacom Passes 3 Million Internet of Things Connections

Vodacom announced on Wednesday that it has exceeded 3 million Internet of Things (IoT) connections in South Africa.The Vodafone-owned mobile phone operator added that...

SA’s IoT.nxt Approved as IBM Business Partner for Channel Value Rewards

South African innovator in Internet of Things Technology, IoT.nxt, announced that it has been approved as an IBM Business Partner for Channel Rewards.“Our partnership...

What my Trip to the Rainbow Nation Tells me About our...

by Steve Tzikakis, SAP President EMEA SouthWe all face an exciting - but uncertain - time ahead. The disruption of the Fourth Industrial Revolution...

What Happens to a Smart Appliance When its Manufacturer Dies?

by Ben DicksonEarly this month, the widely ridiculed juice-squeezing company Juicer, which managed to raise the absurd amount of $120 million in funding from Silicon...

Meet the Look Watch: The First IoT Enabled Standalone Smartwatch

The Look Watch is the first Internet of Things (IoT) enabled standalone smartwatch, developed by Laipac Technology, a Canadian company based in Toronto.The Ontario-based...
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