Posts tagged as technology

Innovation drives data centres of tomorrow

  Data Centre Central is a new conference and expo which addressed the unique economic, engineering and legislative aspects of designing and operating a data centre in South Africa.  The conference programme included discussions on metrics and standards, the shift of the infrastructure market, changes in technology and trends, and the impact in South Africa […]

Young scientists at Expo show that science is fun

  Enthusiasm for science and ingenuity best describes the 34th International Science Fair held in Boksburg from 7 to 10 October 2014. The Eskom Expo for young scientists was attended by over 900 young people from all over South Africa with 632 unique exhibits showing their passion for science and technology. The Expo is the […]

EE Publishers is hiring: Junior technology journalist; Junior graphic designer

  Junior technology journalist EE Publishers seeks a dynamic, young, newly-qualified journalist with an interest and aptitude in science, technology and engineering, for full-time employment at its offices in the Muldersdrift area. The successful candidate will be involved in several aspects of EE Publishers’ print magazines, email newsletters, e-zines and websites, including the writing, subediting […]

Cloud – ubiquitous yet still feared by many

  Cloud is everywhere; most people use cloud services without being aware of it. Who does not search on Google, send large files on Dropbox, and emails on Gmail or Yahoo?  Yet many are still wary of the technology and are resistant to taking their company’s operations into the cloud. Grant Hutchons, ICT service assets […]

Mapping the Ebola outbreak in Liberia

  Addressing Homes, a US company specialising in geospatial location technology, has found itself in the midst of the Ebola crisis with the ability to provide mapping technology that is vital to accurately tracking the position of victims, the location of clinics, and identifying outbreak trends. The company is providing its technology free of charge […]

3D printing: fast becoming a technology of note

  3D printing will reach a tipping point over the next three years as the market for relatively low-cost 3D printing devices continues to grow rapidly and industrial use expands significantly. New industrial, biomedical and consumer applications will continue to demonstrate that 3D printing is a real, viable and cost-effective means to reduce costs through […]

Optical wireless broadband – it’s licence free

  Optical wirelss broadband (OWB) is quick to install, requires no Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) licence and it can provide up to 10 Gbps bandwidth over a distance of up to 2,5 km.  Also referred to as free space optics, OWB is developed from the ground up and manufactured in South Africa […]