Communications Africa weekly digest - 24th - 28th April

j cadmus Flickr for CAF 307Image source: j cadmus/FlickrHere is a brief overview of the week's new on Communications Africa, from 24 - 28 April 2017

TECNO Mobile unveils Camon CX 

Mobile phone firm, TECNO Mobile, has launched the Camon CX, a mobile handset for the African market 

FAO partners with the African Union and NPCA to develop capacity to track progress on Malabo Road Map 

The region has been holding training workshop on Malabo Reporting process within Southern Africa 

Datacloud Awards 2017 set to recognize the best in data centre and cloud inspiration, innovation and excellence 

In what promises to be an exceptional year for data centre and cloud industries the 10th Annual Datacloud Awards shortlist has been announced by an industry-wide panel of expert Judges 

One Channel Namibia warns of increasing gap in security 

Acronis partner One Channel Namibia warns that with the help of a hard-drive-encrypting virus, cyber criminals force users to choose between paying an online ransom and losing their files forever 

Gilat Satcom to provide more satellite connectivity across DRC To Orange 

Gilat Satcom announced on 25 April that its long-term customer, Orange, has ordered more satellite capacity across the Democratic Republic of Congo to meet increasing demand for broadband and cellular services across all sectors in the country 

Technicolor: how TV and film productions are streamlined with cloud computing 

George Kilpatrick, vice president of product strategy with Technicolor, talks about cloud computing and how well established it is in many industries, its potential in media and entertainment is just beginning to be fulfilled 

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