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Rwanda Launches First Utility-Scale Solar Energy Project In East Africa

Rwanda is now home to the first utility-scale solar energy project in the whole of East Africa — thanks to Gigawatt Global’s 8.5 megawatt (MW) solar project located at the Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village, a residential community in rural Rwanda. The $23.7 million solar energy project which was completed in early February is expected to boost

Samsung introduces global enterprise services to accelerate business innovation

South Korean electronics giant, Samsung on Tuesday unveiled Samsung 360 Services for Business, a one-stop shop for enterprise customers who need technical help as more of their employees bring their own devices to work and as the company supports more technology vendors. “We’ve listened closely to our customers when they talk about their pain points.

Lenovo completes initial closing for acquisition of IBM’s x86 server business

Lenovo and IBM have announced the completion of the initial closing for Lenovo’s acquisition of IBM’s x86 server business. As part of the agreement, Lenovo will serve as an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) to IBM and will resell select products from IBM’s industry-leading storage and software portfolio. Lenovo is acquiring System x, BladeCenter and Flex System blade servers

SkyVision provides its satellite-based VPN to Nigeria’s Unity Bank

SkyVision, a leading global communications provider, today announced its recent partnership with Unity Bank, one of Nigeria’s leading retail financial institutions to create a robust, reliable and highly secure communications solution to meet the Bank’s needs. SkyVision provided its satellite-based Virtual Private Network (VPN) services via its local Nigerian hub to support Unity Bank’s LAN network,

Lagos, Nigeria

How Tizeti Is Bringing Affordable Uncapped WiFi Internet To Nigeria

For more than three years, Tizeti, a Lagos-based Information Communications Technology (ICT) provider has been deploying uncapped high-speed internet access to estates, offices, multi-tenant buildings, malls, etc using a next generation WiFi technology.

Orange launches first very large-capacity IP Point of Presence to improve Internet connectivity in West Africa

Orange today launched West Africa’s first very large-capacity IP Point of Presence (PoP) to enable local networks to access the Internet through an interconnection point with long-distance carrier networks. Based in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, the Internet infrastructure would enhance Internet connectivity in the sub-region by offering faster connection speeds and improved reliability for wholesale customers.