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MIA Telecoms unveils new cloud telephony solution – ITWeb

Read time 2min 30sec The iServ UC enterprise cloud telephony solution will only be sold through partners. MIA Telecoms, the sole distributor of Samsung telecommunication and PABX equipment in Sub-Saharan Africa, has introduced an enterprise cloud telephony solution. The iServ UC, The Business Cloud solution will combine three major international brands namely, Centile Telecom Applications, Epygi Technologies and Cisco to ... Read More »

Telecoms regulator given 50 card readers to ease Simcard replacement – NTV Uganda

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Telecoms regulator given 50 card readers to ease Simcard replacementNTV UgandaIn an effort to ease the pressure from members of the public seeking to replace lost sim cards, the National Identification and Registration Authority NIRA has given the Uganda Communication Commission 50 Card readers for distribution to various … Source link Read More »

Obama's first FCC chief thinks telecoms firms are to blame for the net neutrality issue – BGR

Last year, net neutrality became a national issue, thanks solely to the efforts of Trump-appointed FCC Chairman Ajit Pai to roll back Obama-era rules that protected a free and open internet. But the net neutrality battle is only starting: representatives in Congress are actively pursuing net neutrality regulation, and candidates have already indicated it’s going to be a big issue ... Read More »

Obama's first FCC chief thinks telecoms firms are to blame for the net … – BGR

Last year, net neutrality became a national issue, thanks solely to the efforts of Trump-appointed FCC Chairman Ajit Pai to roll back Obama-era rules that protected a free and open internet. But the net neutrality battle is only starting: representatives in Congress are actively pursuing net neutrality regulation, and candidates have already indicated it’s going to be a big issue ... Read More »

USDA Grants May Have Helped Chinese Telecoms Access US Military Bases – Washington Free Beacon

Share Tweet Email Getty Images BY: Natalie JohnsonFollow @nataliejohnsonnApril 13, 2018 4:57 am At least two telecommunications companies that received grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and purchased equipment from Chinese phone maker Huawei operate services areas within 100 miles of American military posts, raising national security concerns amid spying threats. One of the USDA-backed companies, Pine Telephone Company, ... Read More »

EDITORIAL: Let market forces guide growth in telecoms sector – Business Daily (press release) (blog)

Editorials Thursday, April 12, 2018 20:40 By EDITORIAL Customers are served outside an Airtel shop in Mombasa. PHOTO | kevin odit | NMG  Industry data showing that Airtel grew its market share significantly at the expense of the dominant Safaricom #ticker:SCOM is a welcome signal that free competition can work in the critical sector. It is an outcome that should ... Read More »