• COMPUTER TECHNOLOGYSpecialize in the latest computer technologies.
  • SOCIAL SOLUTIONSSocial Apps programming
  • DATAData management solutions
  • INNOVATIONSpecialize in innovative ideas
  • CUSTOMIZATIONCustom application solution
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Original Leaders in African "OLA" Technologies

OLA Technologies is an up and coming software development house based in Bloemfontein South Africa. We create innovative websites, desktop and mobile software applications that enable our customers to compete in their respected sectors. All our processes are optimized to nature customer satisfaction. Africa is on the move, and information and communications technologies (ICT) are powerful tools to boost economic growth and poverty reduction. ICT increase efficiency, provide access to new markets or services, create new opportunities for income generation and improving governance and thats exactly what we are trying to help your business achieve at OLA Technologies

Current ICT Trends Around The World

Coding For Brain Chips Gives Cognitive Computing Boost

It's a cognitive leap forward. IBM can now program an experimental chip they unveiled two years ago. The chips, designed to mimic how our brains work, are set to power computers that handle many streams of input data at once much like the sensory input we deal with all the time.IBM's True North computer chips contain memory, processors and communication channels wired up like the synapses, neurons and axons of a brain. A key idea is that the chips can be hooked up into vast grids with many thousands working together in parallel. For certain types of task, such as quickly responding to large amounts of input data from sensors, they are much faster and less power-hungry than standard chips. They could one day replace human reflexes in self-driving cars or power the sensory systems of a robot, for example.

Russian Double-sided Smartphone has Global Ambitions

Russian modern developer Yota Devices has launched its first smartphone on Wednesday 4th Dec 2013, hoping its novel double-sided screen will allow it to break into markets in Europe and the Middle East and gain share from rivals.

Oil-rich Russia is a major market for foreign handset makers such as Apple (AAPL.O) and Samsung Electronics (005930.KS), but it has so far not been successful in designing handsets.

Moscow-based Yota Devices plans to sell the phone in 20 countries next year after making its 2013 debut in Russia, Austria, France, Germany and Spain.

Analysts were sceptical, predicting it will struggle to emulate the success of Apple's iPhone or Samsung's Galaxy smartphone.

 

People

The OLA team is made up of highly-qualified, talented and innovative IT professionals each with their own area of expertise.Together our experience spans the full range of custom software development, from small entrepreneurial projects to complex systems for major businesses