Let’s bust some myths about ethereum

Because Revix believes that Friday, the 13th is a day of good luck, the company has decided to share knowledge in this article about one of the top-performing cryptocurrencies: ethereum, or ether. Here, Revix busts some myths about the Read more

Alviva shares soar on earnings spike

Shares in Alviva Holdings jumped more than 18% in intraday trading on Thursday morning after the ICT distribution group said full-year earnings per share (Heps) are likely to nearly double.

Heps will rise by between 81% and 95% for Read more

Cryptocurrency platform loses $600-million in heist

A cryptocurrency platform has lost an estimated US$600-million (R8.9-billion) in digital tokens after one of the sector’s biggest-ever hacking attacks, according to details of the heist which emerged on Wednesday.

Poly Network, a decentralised finance (DeFi) platform, announced the Read more

Watch | Leveraging the Autonomous Driving Datacenter Network Index

In this video, International Data Corp’s vice president of research for data centre and multi-cloud networks, Brad Casemore, introduces the Autonomous Driving Datacenter Network Index.

This IDC index, sponsored by Huawei, asks the question: “Is your data centre ready Read more

Taiwan’s economy is booming as chip demand soars

TSMC is Taiwan’s biggest chip maker. Image: TSMC

Taiwan’s exports started the second half of 2021 as it ended the first, growing at an unrelenting pace fuelled by overseas demand for computer chips and electronic components, reflecting strengthening optimism Read more

South Africa study shows high protection from J&J vaccine

Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine is working well in South Africa, offering protection against severe disease and death, the head of a trial in the country said on Friday.

The J&J vaccine was administered to healthcare workers from mid-February Read more

EOH talks to compensate state over dodgy water tenders at ‘advanced’ stage

EOH Holdings is in “advanced negotiations” with the departure of water affairs & sanitation over compensation related to four dodgy contracts awarded to the IT services company worth R474-million.

These legacy contracts are part of the suspicious public sector Read more

Huawei revenue plunges as its consumer growth engine stutters

Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Technologies saw its revenue drop by almost a third in the first half of 2021, with US sanctions hobbling its once-dominant handset business and new business areas still in their early stages.

The company generated Read more

In a world first, SA grants a patent listing an AI as the inventor

At first glance, a recently granted South African patent relating to a “food container based on fractal geometry” seems fairly mundane. The innovation in question involves interlocking food containers that are easy for robots to grasp and stack.

On Read more

LanDynamix helps Henry Schein Dental Warehouse improve customer experience

LanDymanix’s Ethan Searle

LanDynamix, one of South Africa’s leading ICT managed services companies, has completed a project aimed at assisting Henry Schein Dental Warehouse to improve its IT performance and telephone quality, which in turn translates into greater efficiencies Read more