Speedflow announced that it now supports and develops businesses in Africa. To contribute to VoIP development in the region, Speedflow is offering its hosted IP PBX, Calling Card and Call Shop solutions at an “unprecedented low price” especially for African companies. The company invites African VoIP providers looking to optimize their business and migrate to a more reliable software platform,…Read more
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Mobile Developers have been hailed for their creativity and urged to develop more localized applications for them to benefit from massive opportunities brought about by mobile phones.
Speaking to Smartphone.Biz-news.com, Head of Marketing Services, Middle East & Africa, Woon Peng, urged them to tap in their local environments to be successful.Read more
Mobile internet is no longer luxury in Africa as it has become a valuable tool of global development, this according to Jose Henriques, Vodacom executive head of internet services.
Henriques was speaking to Biz-News.com in Johannesburg last week during the Mobile Web Africa conference whose focus was looking at ways of harnessing the potential of internet and applications on mobile devices.Read more
South African mobile cellular phone companies have been praised for implementing a free “Call Me Back” short messages (SMS) information technology.
The two-day Mobile Web Africa conference was mainly focusing on harnessing the potential of the internet and applications on mobile devices aimed at improving people’s standards of life through affordable and readily accessible technology.Read more
He talks about the importance of customer relationship management and he thinks that in the near future more and more operators will outsource their CRM operations.Read more
VIDEO INTERVIEW: Robert Aouad, CEO of Isocel Telecom, was interviewed at the recent West & Central African Com conference held in Abuja, Nigeria. He talks about the prospects for, and handicaps to, growth of the broadband market in Benin, where Isocel forecasts it will be providing Internet connections to 50% of the population by 2010.
Tadiran Telecom has signed a distribution agreement with Teledata Technologies in a collaboration aimed at targeting "vast" VoIP opportunities in the African telecom market.
The IP business telephony and communications supplier has also announced the appointment of Zeev Aviv as acting President and CEO. Until recently, he served as VP Sales and Marketing.
Neotel showcased and demonstrated various telecommunication products for the African market at Wireless Broadband World Africa 2009, the continent’s flagship Wireless broadband event held recently.
The key technology on display at the event was the CDMA2000 1x-EvDO and is the most widely deployed of the global 3G standards today.
While the African teleco market may not capture the headlines as much as other parts of the world, that’s not to say it’s being overlooked by the industry.
So it’s good to see the organisers of West & Central Africa’s largest telco event announcing record pre-registered attendance for the AfricaCOM event in Abuja, Nigeria.