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Although the mobile penetration rate is very high in Gabon, the telecom coverage rate, meanwhile, remains to be improved. A challenge that Moov Africa Gabon Telecom wants to take up with regard to its impact on both its finances and national growth. The mobile telephone operator Moov Africa Gabon Telecom announced, Friday July 16, an investment...

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Cameroon and Gabon have deployed and officially launched a 22km interconnected fibre optic network. This means telecommunication exchanges between the two countries will be direct and not facilitated through international sub-marine cables, thereby reducing cost. The network infrastructure was launched on 15 July in Meyo-Kye, Gabon by Cameroon’s Minister of Posts and Telecommunications, Minette Libom...

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Gabon’s parliament has passed the country’s 2021 Finance Law authorising the state to further reduce its holdings in several companies including Gabon Telecom (Moov Africa) during the financial year, reports Le Nouveau Gabon. The law specifies that the assets in Gabon Telecom, banking group Union Gabonaise de Banque and utility company SEEG will be reserved for Gabonese...

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Facebook and its partners unveiled their ambition to connect Africa to a new submarine fiber optic system. Gabon, which is one of the countries on the continent chosen to host a landing point for this infrastructure, is currently studying its participation in the project. Edgard Anicet Mboumbou Miyakou, Gabon’s Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, opened a...

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Gabon announces the completion of the extension of its national fiber optic network that will link it to Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea. This interconnection was carried out as part of the Central Africa Backbone project. The Gabonese Agency for Digital Infrastructures and Frequencies (Aninf) announced on Wednesday, November 18, the end of the extension works of...

Twenty-six cities in Gabon will be connected to the Central Africa Backbone (CAB) fibre optic network via an interlink at Libreville. According to the country’s minister of state for the digital economy, Edgard Anicet Mboumbou-Miyakou, the first phase of the project is nearing completion and involves collaboration between the World Bank, the National Agency for...

Gabon and Cameroon have signed, on 28 November 2019 in Libreville, a memorandum of understanding for the interconnection of their fiber-optic broadband telecommunications networks (CAB 4 and CAB 1 respectively) The document was targeted for Gabon by the Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Rigobert Ikambouayat Ndeka, and for Cameroon, by Minister of Posts and...