Vertiv continues to expand its footprint in Africa, as it recently entered into a distribution partnership with Cyber Security South Africa (CSSA), an industry-leading cyber security technology distributor in South Africa.
Leading regional cybersecurity specialist, Spectrami today announced it will distribute the entire range of OneSpan digital identity and anti-fraud solutions in Egypt. OneSpan, the global leader in securing remote banking transactions,
F5 today announced that Mideast Communication Systems (MCS) will operate as its new value-added distributor in Egypt. Now, as part of F5’s Unity+ Partner Program, which has been specifically designed to address the evolution of the market, F5, and partner business models.
Rack Centre, the leading carrier neutral data centre operator in West Africa, has announced an expansion programme that will increase capacity to a total net lettable white space of 6000 square metres and allow for 13MW of IT power capacity in its Lagos campus.
Africa’s leading distributor First Distribution announced that it has expanded its distribution relationship with Kaspersky and it will also be able to offer Kaspersky security software solutions across West Africa.
Middle East region’s leading value added distributor, Spectrami today announced that it has been appointed as the authorised distributor for Kaspersky Enterprise products in Egypt. The enterprise range of products includes Sandbox, Email Security, threat intelligence and IoT Security
SlovakAid, a humanitarian relief program from the Slovak Republic sent a plane from Bratislava on Sunday carrying COVID-19 supplies include 50,000 diagnostic tests, one PCR thermocycler device to perform the tests and 20,000 FFP2 respirators, which arrived in Nairobi on Monday morning.
Scale Computing, a market leader in edge computing, virtualisation, and hyperconverged solutions, today announced a strategic partnership with Mustek, one of the largest assemblers and distributors of personal computers and complementary ICT products in South Africa.
The African Telecommunications Union (ATU) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ericsson to help fast track rollout of technology across the continent. According to ATU, a specialized agency of the African Union in fostering the growth of ICT in Africa, The MoU will support
Teraco confirmed the construction of Teraco Cape Town 2 (CT2), a new 30MW data centre facility that follows the company’s recent 60MW expansion announcement of its Johannesburg data centre campus in Isando and makes the Cape Town facility the second-largest on the continent.