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What the loss of Falcon 9 and Amos 6 mean for African connectivity On September 1, 2016, international space exploration company SpaceX suffered a failure during the static test fire of the Falcon 9 rocket. Designed to transport satellites, Falcon 9 was scheduled to haul the AMOS-6 satellite into geostationary orbit. The rocket suffered an unspecified failure in the second stage's LOX tank during the test, and both rocket and satellite were destroyed. It takes pioneers and brave entrepreneurs to open new markets, to push new limits and reach new frontiers. These individuals are responsi

WhichVoIP launches VOIP phone comparison, with headline sponsor Q-KON SA and AudioCodes. Increased competition in a rapidly evolving industry, together with the availability of information on the public Internet, has influenced how consumers engage and interact with telecoms technology and the vendor community. By leveraging the Internet, customers are now able to become self-educated and make an informed decision on which product, and through which channel, they are able to acquire their chosen VOIP technology. Mitchell Barker, Founder and CEO of WhichVoIP in South Africa, the leading

VSAT as Packet Data Communications Medium For IoT And Specifically Industrial IoT (I2oT) The World Economic forum, in collaboration with key industry roleplayers, has compiled an interesting report "Intelligent Assets Unlocking the Circular Economy", which should be a must-read for all those interested in IoT. The key message in this report is summarized as follows: Instead of the linear "take - make - dispose" model, the dominant economic model of our time, we should harness the technology and apply the following principles: Preserve and enhance natural capital by controlling finite

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