Internet of Things Weekly News Roundup For Africa, June 3, 2017

By Kachi Ojieh Saturday, June 03, 2017
Here’s a roundup of interesting Internet of Things news from the past week all happening in Africa. We hope you will like it.

Nigeria Can Now Depend On Iot Network For Unfailing Machine Connectivity:



It keeps getting better each day for Nigerians, whose population is estimated to be 184 million people, and its major economic sector being oil and gas, agriculture, telecommunication, wholesale & retail trade, and manufacturing. Ingenu Inc and Upland Global Wireless Technology Ltd collaborates to bring good connectivity for IoT/M2M applications, oil and gas, smart city, smart grid, agriculture and asset tracking. We believe that Ingenu’s RPMA (Random Phase Multiple Access) technology will be the backbone of this development which have already started in Lagos and will get to the Niger Delta. (IT News Africa)

IoT.nxt emerges as South Africa’s overall winner in MTN 2017 IoT Awards:


MTN Internet of Things Award, hosted by MTN, which held in Johannesburg, saw its Best Commercial Solution and Overall Winner – IoT.nxt. “This is a great achievement for our team. We are thrilled to receive this recognition and grateful for the acknowledgement for the company. It is an endorsement for what we are doing and celebrates what we have achieved in 18 months,” Nico Steyn, CEO, said.

MTN Business Group Executive, Oliver Fortuin said “This year we were looking for ground-breaking solutions that use IoT applications and technology to generate income, productivity and streamline efficiencies in the corporate world.”

Congrats, South African innovator in Internet of Things (IoT) technology, IoT.nxt. (IoT.nxt)

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Here’s a roundup of interesting Internet of Things news from the past week all happening in Africa. We hope you will like it.

Nigeria Can Now Depend On Iot Network For Unfailing Machine Connectivity:



It keeps getting better each day for Nigerians, whose population is estimated to be 184 million people, and its major economic sector being oil and gas, agriculture, telecommunication, wholesale & retail trade, and manufacturing. Ingenu Inc and Upland Global Wireless Technology Ltd collaborates to bring good connectivity for IoT/M2M applications, oil and gas, smart city, smart grid, agriculture and asset tracking. We believe that Ingenu’s RPMA (Random Phase Multiple Access) technology will be the backbone of this development which have already started in Lagos and will get to the Niger Delta. (IT News Africa)

IoT.nxt emerges as South Africa’s overall winner in MTN 2017 IoT Awards:


MTN Internet of Things Award, hosted by MTN, which held in Johannesburg, saw its Best Commercial Solution and Overall Winner – IoT.nxt. “This is a great achievement for our team. We are thrilled to receive this recognition and grateful for the acknowledgement for the company. It is an endorsement for what we are doing and celebrates what we have achieved in 18 months,” Nico Steyn, CEO, said.

MTN Business Group Executive, Oliver Fortuin said “This year we were looking for ground-breaking solutions that use IoT applications and technology to generate income, productivity and streamline efficiencies in the corporate world.”

Congrats, South African innovator in Internet of Things (IoT) technology, IoT.nxt. (IoT.nxt)

For the latest technology news and mobile reviews, follow Techisbae on Twitter and Facebook.
Kachi Ojieh
Kachi Ojieh

"Tech Is Before Anything Else since 2017". Kachi Ojieh is the CEO and Founder of Tech Is Bae. An enthusiastic blogger with the heart to unify all tech lovers across the globe. Currently working to make sure readers keep coming back for more.

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  1. MY GUY WHY U GO DEY GIVE US THIS WRITE UP WHEN WE NEVER GET LIGHT FOR ONE DAY FINISH ... WE NEED STEADY LIGHT SUPPLY TO POWER OF MACHINES FIRST, B4 WE TALK ABOUT USING YOUR INTERNET OF TINS "Wannan shi ne abin am ce kawai"

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