Luanda - The Angolan Communications Institute (INACOM) Friday started a register of the country's existing telecommunications infrastructures in order to check their compliance with national and international technical standards and update its database.
Luanda - The Angola Online project has provided free internet access to 30,000 people at the 111 points set up in the country, the Minister of Telecommunications, Information Technologies and Media (MTTICS), Manuel Homem said Tuesday in Luanda.
Luanda - China Telecom Global (CTG), an information technology and communication company, has chosen Angola Cables to be its preferential operator to reinforce its long distance connectivity services between Asia, Africa and Latin América.
Luanda - The 2020 edition of the Information and Communication Technology Forum, Angotic-Angola ICT, has been cancelled due to the covid-19 pandemic.
Luanda - A small-size satellite dubbed "Cansat" entirely produced by Angolan students of varied universities of the country is to be launched this Wednesday, in Luanda.
Paris - Angola will use French observation satellites under an agreement recently signed by the Governments of the two countries, according to Angolan Foreign Affairs minister Manuel Augusto.
Luanda - Luanda delegation of the Interior Ministry (MININT) will hold the 7th Edition of the Electronic Security Fair on December 1st and 2nd in Kilamba-Kiaxi municipality, in Luanda.
Luanda - The Angolan telecommunications company, Angola Cables, announced today in Luanda the functioning of the West African Coastal Submarine Cable System (WACS), which has been conditioned since last September 18, as a result of the cut of 1.2 kilometers from Sangano Station.