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Angola Cables has a very extensive network, with more than 20 points of presence (PoP) around the world. CSquared Ghana wants to take advantage of this network to expand its reach to other African markets as demand for high-speed connectivity accelerates on the continent.  CSquared Ghana, a company specializing in the construction and operation of fiber...

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Paratus Botswana has confirmed the installation of the first independent fibre in Gaborone’s Central Business District, effectively linking up the local business community to its network. According to a statement released to the media, the service provider initially invested in microwave infrastructure, creating an independent ring in Gaborone and extended that across the border into...

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The telecommunications networks of Cameroon and Central African Republic (CAR) will be interconnected via land-based fibre optic network infrastructure by January 2023. This follows an MoU signed this week in Yaounde between Cameroon’s Minister of Posts and Telecommunications Minette Libom Li Likeng and CAR’s Minister of Digital Economy, Posts and Telecommunications Justin Gourna Zacko. The...

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TelOne, Zimbabwe’s state-owned fixed broadband and voice telephony provider, says it is seeking funding under the latest phase of the country’s National Broadband Plan to deploy fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) networks. The operator plans to cover 100,000 homes with fibre over the next five years, while it will also use 4G LTE technology to offer wireless connectivity for another...

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The demand for high-speed connectivity continues to grow in Kenya and across Africa. Companies operating in other sectors such as energy and electricity make their infrastructure available to operators seeking resources to meet demand.  Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC), Kenya’s state-owned pipeline company, launched its fiber optic cable on Thursday (April 7th), entering the Kenyan internet market. The...

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Uganda is now saving 4 trillion shillings annually in costs because of its national backbone infrastructure says Dr Hatwib Mugasa, Executive Director of the National Information Technology Authority – Uganda (NITA-U). Speaking at the Huawei ICT Congress 2022 hosted recently in Kampala, Dr Mugasa said because of the national backbone infrastructure project, government services have...