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Konnect Africa, a subsidiary of Eutelsat Communications, announced on March 23, 2020 the conclusion of a memorandum of understanding with Flash Services and the start-up Schoolap to provide broadband Internet to schools in the Democratic Republic of Congo. For the first phase of the project, 3,600 private schools will be connected over the next 12 months....

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The Congo Post and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (ARPTC) has granted Liquid Telecom, a company specializing in the provision of fiber optic Internet connectivity, a license to build a radio station. landing in the country. The news was released last week by the public body on its Twitter page. Through this license granted to Liquid Telecom, the...

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The first edition of the E-DRC forum took place on February 19 and 20 in Kinshasa under the theme ”  Investing in digital in the DRC  “. Organized by the Ministry of Posts, Telecommunications and New Information and Communication Technologies (PT-NTIC), the objective was to create public-private partnerships. On this occasion, Huawei signed a memorandum of understanding with...

The Internet Society and the Internet Service Providers Association (ISPA) of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have announced the launch of a new Internet Exchange Point (IXP) in DRC’s second largest city Lubumbashi to improve access to the internet. An Internet Exchange Point is an access point where multiple local and international networks, ISPs...

In order to enhance the success of its operations in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where it operates since 28 November 2018, Konnect Africa, African subsidiary of Eutelsat, the satellite Internet connectivity provider, dispatched a delegation to the country on July 2, 2019. During his three-day working visit, the delegation comprised of Béatrice Beau, Broadband...

Data Highway Expands Rapidly Through Africa Paratus Africa has announced that it recently activated additional capacity between West Africa Undersea Cable System (WACS) and Lusaka, Zambia. This follows the recent Paratus Trans Kalahari Fiber project that was built between the WACS landing station in Swakopmund and the Zambian Sesheke border. This is a prime example...