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Without affordable and quality Internet service for the entire population, the digital economy will be distorted. The South Sudanese government, which is well aware of this, has been working since 2020 to consolidate its data capacities. On Monday, September 19, South Sudan and Djibouti unveiled the signing of a fiber optic interconnection memorandum of understanding. The high-speed...

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Enhancing Djibouti’s Position as “Africa’s Marseille” wingu.africa group limited (“Wingu”), East Africa’s rapidly expanding carrier-neutral data center group and TO7 Network SAS (“TO7”), the Republic of Djibouti’s (“Djibouti”) leading private telecommunications company, have formed a partnership to establish a second carrier-neutral data center and the country’s first carrier-neutral cable landing station (“CLS”).  The facility is...

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During the last three years, we have witnessed fairly sustained movements on the side of Djibouti Telecom, national operator of the Republic of Djibouti. Indeed, structuring projects are constantly being implemented to increase the coverage of all the services offered by the national operator. With sustained regional and international growth, seriousness and unquestionable experience, Djibouti Telecom...

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wingu.africa group limited (“Wingu”), East Africa’s rapidly expanding carrier-neutral data center group and TO7 Network SAS (“TO7”), the Republic of Djibouti’s (“Djibouti”) leading private telecommunications company, have formed a partnership to establish a second carrier-neutral data center and the country’s first carrier-neutral cable landing station (“CLS”).  The facility is expected to be ready for operation...

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Lessons learned from the Covid-19 crisis, the government of Djibouti is more than determined to make the country’s digital transformation a reality. Through its incumbent operator, it is increasing investments to strengthen connectivity, an essential element in achieving its ambition. Djibouti Telecom has started increasing its Internet capacity on the DARE1 fiber optic submarine cable. This operation,...

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After Comoros and Ethiopia, Djibouti has also just accepted the entry of a private investor into its telecoms market. A strong decision, bearing many hopes for national development.   The Djiboutian government approved during the Council of Ministers on Sunday July 11 the opening of the capital of its incumbent operator Djibouti Telecom. With this decision, he initiated...

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Djibouti on Sunday launched a tender process to partly privatise state-owned carrier Djibouti Telecom, part of a plan to modernise the economy and revamp government firms. “The state will offer a minority and significant portion of its shareholding to a first-rate strategic partner,” the government said in a statement after a cabinet meeting to approve...