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Infinera announced that Orange deployed spectrum capacity with Infinera’s equipment on its MainOne submarine cable, a new network built to provide large-scale international capacity in West Africa. Built upon Infinera’s fourth-generation Infinite Capacity Engine (ICE4) on the XTS-3600 platform, Orange was able to significantly increase its regional capacity as well as improve the resilience of...

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Orange Guinea has selected Alepo’s authentication, authorisation and accounting (AAA) platform to digitise its fibre broadband services by migrating to digital enablement and revenue management. Customers who purchase pre-paid FTTH plans will receive e-mailed renewal notifications when their plans near expiration. Once the plan expires, they will automatically be redirected to the payment portal when they try...

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Parallel Wireless announced that, in partnership with i engineering Group, it was selected by Orange to help extend its coverage across the Central African Republic using OpenRAN.  Orange plans to use Open RAN technology in multiple markets across Africa, where it is active in seventeen countries. Parallel Wireless enables a shift to open, software-based and...

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Still looking for growth in Africa, the Orange Group has reaffirmed its interest in Ethiopia’s telecoms market, which is widely considered to be the last major market in the world to open up. The call for expression of interest (EOI) issued by the Ethiopian Communications Authority (ECA) at the end of May elapsed on Tuesday...

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Orange believes it would benefit from having a wider footprint in Africa and will give itself a few months to make a possible move, CEO Stephane Richard told Les Echos. Richard declined to comment on a possible interest in South Africa’s MTN Group. He said it could make sense to be in economies such as...

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Orange Botswana has announced the launch of LTE-A services, increasing data transfer rates on its 4G network. The upgrades, which are being branded 4G+, have so far reached parts of Greater Gaborone and Francistown and will eventually cover much of the country, the operator said. As part of the launch Orange has also lowered the prices...