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The WEEE Forum, which represents e-waste producer responsibility organisations throughout the world, is continuing to grow its global membership with the recent addition of new members from Colombia, South Africa, Spain and Lithuania.

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GUEST OPINION by Andy Searle, CEO, Business Process Enabling South AfricaAs Australian companies wrestle with the economic and social impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, many are realising that old ways of operating are no longer an effective approach.

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Cyber criminals who attacked the Germany-based global enterprise software company Software AG using the Windows Cl0p ransomware on 3 October have leaked a large amount of data, that was stolen during the attack, on the dark web.

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Australian tech company Trax Print says it has used its expertise in document protection and anti-fraud technology to develop a dynamic sanitisation certificate to be used in conjunction with Zoono through their distributors in South Africa, Liquigenic.

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New Debian GNU/Linux project leader Jonathan Carter is seeking to celebrate individual achievements as part of his effort to better publicise the project, one of the main goals he advanced as the reason for running for the post this year.

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Live international cricket will return to Spark Sport with a four-year deal for exclusive coverage of all international and domestic cricket matches played in England under the England and Wales Cricket Board.

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South African IoT device company G8Way Technologies has announced a deal with global satellite IoT connectivity solutions provider eSAT to use eSAT satellites for tracking endangered species.

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South African developer Jonathan Carter will be the leader of the Debian GNU/Linux project for the next year, after he defeated the two other contenders in the race, according to the results which were declared on Sunday.

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Swedish telecommunications equipment maker Ericsson has been selected by MTN South Africa as a 5G network modernisation vendor to supply 5G products and solutions from its Radio Access Network (RAN), transport and Core portfolios, with commercial rollout expected to start in 2020.

Business intelligence and data visualisation firm Qlik has developed a Web application for rugby fans to follow the progress of the teams they support at the ongoing Rugby World Cup and also look back at historical data when needed.

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New Zealand telco Spark has made some configuration changes to the video stream that comes into the country, after some viewers experienced problems with the live stream of the All Blacks-South Africa match in the Rugby World Cup, the company says.

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 23 May 2019 01:12

Redflow signs deal with South African telco

Australian-listed energy storage technology company Redflow has secured an agreement with telco Mobax South Africa to provide batteries to test as a solution for mobile phone towers owned by a leading South African mobile network provider.

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Security firm NTT Security has opened a security operations centre in North Sydney to cater to its Australian clients and help them assess and mitigate cyber security threats.

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Australian energy storage company Redflow has won a second deal, for the sale of 32 zinc-bromine flow batteries, to provide standby energy storage for mobile phone towers in South Africa.

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A small South African company is trying to expand the use of its low-code platform, which is used to create Web services, to Europe and the US.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Kogan is moving further away from its primary roots as a discount online electronics retailer with the launch of a new business selling insurance policies under a partnership with global insurer The Hollard Insurance Group.

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Credit card firm Mastercard has launched a biometric card in South Africa, using chip and fingerprint technology for identifying a cardholder for in-store purchases.

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