Cloud service providers in Kenya allow organisations to lease cloud-based infrastructure, application, or storage services from them instead of maintaining in-house data centers. These cloud services are offered in various service models, including: Software as a Service (SaaS) Users are provided with a cloud application, its infrastructure and the platform on which the application runs. […]
KENET Deploys First Commercial OpenWiFi solution in Africa Kenya Education Network (KENET), the National Research and Education Network (NREN) of Kenya, today announced it has signed an agreement with Atlancis Technologies Limited, Africa’s first Open OEM, to deploy Africa’s first true multi-vendor compatible Enterprise Wi-Fi network based on the Telecom Infra Project’s (TIP) OpenWiFi […]
Africa’s IT market comprises some of the most interesting high growth areas in the world. Mobile money, exploding internet penetration and increased investment from both public and private sectors all point to an exciting future for Africa.
This week I spoke with the executive team from Atlancis, our Solution Provider based in Nairobi, Kenya to hear how they are driving open source hardware across Africa. My thanks to Daniel Njuguna, Co-founder and CEO, Joe Kanyua, Chief Technology Evangelist, and Paul Statham, Regional Commercial Director for sharing their expertise.
Technological disruption looming for data centres in Africa.
A Kenyan Tech company, Atlancis Technologies, becomes first Cloud Services provider to adopt OCP in Africa
Atlancis Technologies becomes first Cloud Services provider in Africa to adopt OCP.
Atlancis Technologies and KPSA partner in ICT integration in education
Kenyan Tech Developers to Benefit from a Digital Marketplace.
Bram Ayoo wins the Waziri Cup golf tournament sponsored by Atlancis and ICT Authority
KCB’s Ibrahim Lande