- February 2, 2018
- Posted by: Adrian Hall
- Category: More Africa News
Liquid Telecom President and CEO Nic Rudnick unveiled the company’s ambitions through Neotel. The Indian Group subsidiary Tata Communications, whose fiber optic Internet connectivity provider has just completed the acquisition, will now operate under the trading name “Neotel Liquid Telecom”, with the ambition to be the leader of the domestic market. fixed internet in front of Telkom.
In an interview with the South African press on January 26, 2018, Nic Rudnick explained that Liquid Telecom will exploit Neotel’s frequency resources in the 850 MHz, 1.8 GHz and 3.5 GHz bands suitable for LTE and future 5G networks – to provide a new generation of services.
Liquid Telecom also plans to upgrade Neotel’s network, including its fiber footprint. The company will inject money into new data centers to take advantage of the rapidly growing demand for cloud computing and will also invest in wireless broadband.
Once all the Neotel Liquid Telecom network refits were completed, Nic Rudnick said the company will have created a unique telecom infrastructure that, combined with its current fiber optic network available in 15 African territories, “will allow businesses to connect through the continent “ .
Source: Agence Ecofin