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BOXFRESH TECHNOLOGIES SUPPORT TICKET SYSTEM
As we are always looking to improve our service to you we have moved to a new ticket based support system.
To provide connectivity in scenarios where cable is not an option.
Fast, easy to deploy, and most importantly, mobile
Extremely cost effective
Wireless communication is changing the way the world communicates, and Boxfresh Technologies offer the complete solution.
We provide Fiber connections with last mile wireless connectivity. We have 3 x Fiber upstream providers with automatic failover between them.
RAPID GROWTH IN INTERNET
The demand for high speed internet connectivity is growing rapidly in South Africa and as a business you can’t afford to get left behind in the growing revolution. It is imperative that you, as business both big or small, have your premises wireless enabled to provide that extra service to your market clients as well as your employees. Boxfresh Technologies offers last mile solutions for any business and connects you through one company and makes you run effortlessly.
FIBRE VERSUS DSL: WORLDWIDE BROADBAND STATS
Point Topic sheds light on the take-up of fixed broadband services at a country and echnology level across the globe
Point Topic has released its global broadband subscriber research results, which show that fibre connections are rapidly eating into copper-based DSL’s market share. The global broadband subscriber numbers research tracks the take-up of fixed broadband services at a country and technology level across the globe.The research shows that at the end of March 2014, there were 690 million fixed broadband lines worldwide. Growth for the quarter stood at 1.9%, which is the highest it has been for 12 months and a welcome increase on the previous quarter’s modest growth of 0.4%. “We can expect to see continued growth in 2014 and 2015, with African and Middle Eastern countries featuring prominently,” Point Topic said.
COPPER-BASED DSL LOSING GROUND
A key milestone was passed this quarter, with end-to-end copper connections accounting for less than 50% of the global fixed broadband market for the first time.End-to-end copper continues to be the most dominant fixed broadband technology, although the total subscriber numbers for this technology continue to fall.