Category: Community

It’s Not How Much Fibre You Have, It’s What You Do With It

Written By on June 15, 2015

David Weekly highlights the issue of high Internet access latency in emerging markets in his interesting and topical (for us!) Facebook post. We are glad that David’s post managed to generate much discussion all round. This is the core reason we started Angani – to

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iHub Turns 5

Written By on March 06, 2015

The iHub turns 5 this month. It’s been a fast journey, and now most of the memories are a blur. We don’t even remember what it felt like to be in Nairobi at a time when there was no Tech Community

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EANOG Meeting, 30th November 2013

Written By on November 20, 2013

There will be an East Africa Network Operators Group on the 30th of November, 2013. It will be held at the iHub, 4th Floor, Bishop Magua Center, George Padmore Lane off Ngong Road. The event is scheduled to start at 0900h with some light snacks followed by the following speakers: John Gitau, Cisco Systems will […]

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Out of Beta!

Written By on September 25, 2013

So, we’ve been live for two months and the beta has run well!  In preparation for our full launch in October we thought we’d drop you all a word to say how extremely grateful we are for all the feedback, feature requests and bug fixes our testers provided.  With your help we’ve been able to […]

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Mirror Service

Written By on August 07, 2013

We have a mirror service primarily used internally here at Angani but we are leaving it open to the public. Only debian i386 and amd64 packages are available at the moment but we also have CentOS and Ubuntu in the pipeline for this week. To use it, modify your /etc/apt/sources.list to something like this: deb […]

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