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Seacom has announced its intention to roll out software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) services in Kenya with the aim to help businesses bolster their networking capability and capacity. The company says the services offer support for business networks that are under pressure and benefits include reduced connectivity costs, increased security, agility, and local support to...

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Kenya’s Safaricom has launched a new version of its M-Pesa app with features that will enable seamless mobile money payments for customers and businesses alike. Speaking at the launch of the Super App, Safaricom’s CEO Peter Ndegwa said that the focus for the telco is to develop digital-first experiences on the growing smartphone penetration in...

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The financial management of phase 1 of the national fiber optic network continues to raise concerns in Kenya. If the telecoms infrastructure remains in Telkom’s hands, without clear directions, the Kenyan government could lose more money over time. Katherine Getao, Chief Executive Officer of the Kenya Information and Communication Technology Authority (ICTA), revealed the reasons why...

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The demand for connectivity is growing in Kenya. It suggests new revenues to be seized for many companies. KPLC, although specialized in the distribution of electrical energy, has decided to increase its investments there.   Electric power distributor Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) has announced plans to deploy an additional 678.5 km of optical fiber to...