Luanda - The Angolan multinational Angola Cables and the Select Services company are to present on Wednesday, in Luanda, a set of services aimed to answer the needs of firms and organizations for hosting their contents, services and systems in Angola.
Luanda - The ambassador of the Kingdom of Sweden to Angola, Ewa Polano, promised last Thursday, in Luanda, that her country will support Angola to accelerate its economic growth by providing technologies for education, finance and transport sectors as well as for the fight against corruption.
Luanda - The southern region of Africa lacks a policy on satellite sharing, an instrument that could help in solving common economic and social problems, said the Secretary of State for Telecommunications, Mário Oliveira, in Luanda.
Luanda - The construction of Angolan satellite Angosat-2, to replace Angosat-1, is under construction at 50 percent and is expected to be launched in orbit by 2022, said Telecommunications and Information Technology Minister, Jose Carvalho da Rocha.
Luanda - Internet Technologies Angola (ITA) has invested 3.1 million kwanzas in a new Commercial Data Center infrastructure (storage base), with capacity for 7.000 servers.
Luanda - The 10th edition of the Forum and Global Exhibition of Information and Communication Technologies (Angotic 2019) opens this Tuesday, with one of the attractions being the launch Wednesday, from Cabo Ledo station, of the first micro satellite produced by Angolans.
Luanda - The information technology system of the state-owned National Fuel Society (Sonangol) was targeted by a cyber attack that occurred in the early hours of last Thursday.
Luanda - The Secretary of State for Telecommunications, Mário Oliveira, on Friday called on young people, for the rational and responsible use of media with a special emphasis on social networks.