Turbo Worx clinches NBC consultancy deal
WINDHOEK, July 28, 2015 / International News / The CEO of Turbo Worx SA, Gelfand Kausiyo, has announced the clinching of a digital technology consultancy services deal with the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation in Windhoek. This comes as a result of a competitive tender for the digitisation of NBC’s MCR broadcast facilities, that has just been awarded to the company after a rigorous bidding and contracting process – details to follow.
eLuminous Technologies visits Turbo Worx South Africa
JOHANNESBURG, February 13, 2015 / International News / In a groundbreaking deal, eLuminous technologies, one of the biggest global players in the software development industry visited Turbo Worx South Africa in the second week of February 2015 and concluded a major multi-faceted business deal that will see major marketing efforts and aggressive project initiatives across the African continent. eLuminous Technologies (Pvt) Ltd is an Indian based company that provides Offshore Web Development, Mobile Apps, Virtual Assistance & SEO solutions to global clients in countries such as USA, Canada, UK, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and was represented by its Managing Director and co-founder Mr Sandeep Sambhaji Aher.
“The fun is about to begin!”
LONDON, October 07, 2014 / IPTV News / ”Really splendid insight on Zimbabwean and African broadcasting ecosystem from the esteemed Gelfand Kausiyo…” Reports IPTV News London Full story
IPTV to flourish in Africa by 2017
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA, December 23, 2013 / nextvame / IPTV services in Africa are growing at a “painfully slow pace” as a result of the low average internet penetration of just 16% across the continent. However, Gelfand Kausiyo, CEO of South Africa-based Turbo Worx, told NexTVAME that internet penetration is expected to reach 39% by mid- 2017 which will help boost the rollout and take-up of IPTV services. Full Story
DMB demystified at the ICASA public hearings in Sandton
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA, July 26, 2013 / TechCentral / Mobile TV chief — and former SABC technology chief — Gelfand Kausiyo says DMB uses the same transmitters and technology as DAB and DAB+ and it is therefore “not possible to talk about DMB without them”.
Industry figures must be “fearless” – Turbo Worx CEO
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA, March 18, 2013 / humanipo / - Gelfand Kausiyo, chief executive officer (CEO) of digital services firm Turbo Worx, believes industry players must be “fearless” as South Africa moves towards digital migration. Kausiyo made the remarks while opening the inaugural Digital TV Summit at The Forum in Bryanston, Johannesburg, this morning. Full Story
IPTV in Africa should be part of the affordable triple play services
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA, March 18, 2013 / humanipo / - Internet Protocol television (IPTV) should be rolled out as part of a triple play offering, if it is to garner more interest in Africa, according to the chief executive officer (CEO) of Turbo Worx. Given the high costs of internet data access on the continent, IPTV will not take off in Africa unless it is part of a tripartite affordable service offering on the part of operators, said Gelfand Kausiyo, CEO of Turbo Worx at the Digital TV Summit. Full Story
CEO of Turbo Worx SA breaks into the Ranks of the Exclusive Business Network
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA, December 27, 2012 / South Africa Business Network / – An extraordinary entrepreneur in the Broadcast and Entertainment industry with over two decades of diverse professional experience in the field of information communication technology, Gelfand Kausiyo has consistently demonstrated the passion, vision, and dedication necessary to be successful in the business world. As a result of his phenomenal professional career, Gelfand has earned inclusion in the South Africa Business Network, the world’s largest premiere networking resource for South African career professionals. Full Story
The Digital TV Summit 2013 – South Africa
The Digital TV Summit, a conference organised by the Institute for International Research, will be taking place alongside the long running Broadband Summit, at the Forum in Bryanston, north of Johannesburg from 18, 19 to 20 March 2013. For more information, full conference details and to take full advantage of the applicable early registration discounts please log on, register and download the full conference brochure More on this story
Turbo Worx SA acquires Zetabyte and Xtreme IT Solutions
Turbo Worx SA has announced in Johannesburg today, Friday, 26 October 2012, the acquisition of Zetabyte and Xtreme IT Solutions two of Jo’burg’s most innovative Information Communication Technology service providers.
Announcing this ground-breaking business deal, the CEO of Turbo Worx (SA), Gelfand Kausiyo, welcomed both Zetabyte and Xtreme IT Solutions staff into the Turbo Worx stable. More on this story
Gelfand Kausiyo Joins Turbo Worx SA
Gelfand Kausiyo joins us as CEO from the 1st September 2012. He joins Turbo Worx SA (Pty) Ltd after having been with the South African national public broadcaster (SABC) for more than a decade. He brings with him a wealth of experience in the business of multi-media, showbiz and ICT in general. More on this story
Solution First to Build University Computer Network
Breaking News – Our UK affiliate company, Solution First, has just been awarded the tender to supply advanced computer network and access systems for the Midlands State University in Zimbabwe. The Solution First engineers will work hand in hand with the Turbo Worx ICT team to deliver advanced computer networks for one of Zimbabwe’s biggest learning centres. Bravo to Team Solution First. We will give you more details as this project unfolds. Watch this space.
Compu-Cafe Opens its Doors in Randburg
Compu-Cafe Randburg, situated at the Randburg Mall, north of Johannesburg has opened its doors to the public for the first time today. Equipped with ‘state-of-the-art’ computer servers and a high speed digital fountain, this Computer Centre will set the bar high for cyber-space, gaming and general computer services. More on this story