Internet

Get Free WiFi Access on the London Tube
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Virgin Media’s Tube WiFi network has become a standard service for commuters and passengers alike over the intervening years, since it launched in the 2012. For the customer of the EE (including Orange and T-Mobile), O2, Three and Vodafone network, the free WiFi has included in their contracts. Now, thanks to deals with networks, it […]

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Increase in Internet Users Boosts Public Wi-Fi in Sub-Saharan Africa
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New analysis from Frost & Sullivan entitled “Strategic Analysis of Public Wi-Fi in Sub-Saharan Africa” said high mobile internet penetration rates in South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya offered huge opportunities for Wi-Fi vendors, especially in megacities where networks face heavy mobile traffic congestion. Frost & Sullivan said vendors must address security, service quality, billing and […]

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Global Internet Report 2014: Majority Of The World Population Still Not Online
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The Internet has changed the world. Open access to the Internet has revolutionized the way individuals communicate and collaborate, entrepreneurs and corporations conduct business, and governments and citizens interact. At the same time, the Internet established a revolutionary open model for its own development and governance, encompassing all stakeholders. In spite of the fact that […]

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Cisco Predicts Global IP Will Increase To More Than Double By 2018
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Global Internet Protocol (IP) traffic will increase to more than double over the next five years, because of more Internet users and devices, faster broadband speeds and more video viewing. The world is reaching the zettabyte era, according to the latest Cisco Visual Networking Index Global Forecast and Service Adoption for 2013 to 2018. For […]

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How South Africa is Connected To The Global Internet
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The global Internet is powered by thousands of interconnected networks in countries around the globe, and for South Africans to connect to these networks undersea fibre optic cables are needed. Telecoms infrastructure from local providers such as Vodacom, MTN, Telkom, or Neotel connects a person’s device to a local network. These networks are all connected, […]

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