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Having recently been awarded the 2600MHz Time Division Duplex (TDD) spectrum and proceeding with an extensive rollout plan, Orange Egypt will deploy the Ericsson Antenna System to build a 2600MHz network that will improve coverage, capacity, and throughput. With better wind load, lesser weight, and high port count integration, the Ericsson antennas are also set to help...

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Orange Telecom, the French, pan-African telecommunications Group has partnered with Moroccan e-health startup DabaDoc to launch the Orange Santé (“Orange Health”) platform in Côte d’Ivoire, West Africa. Orange Santé is a platform dedicated to the health ecosystem in Africa which is aimed at both African patients and doctors. It provides access to several services such...

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The demand for high-speed connectivity is accelerating in Africa as is the digital transformation. Telecom operators are increasing their investments to respond effectively to demand and take advantage of the opportunities offered by a growing Internet market. The telecommunications operator Orange Maroc will invest 5.69 billion dirhams (575.6 million USD) in the Cherifian kingdom over the...

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France’s Orange Group yesterday announced the appointment of new leaders across its B2B Africa and Middle East units in order to refocus and capitalise on the regions which have been seeing growth and spurred positive financials for the Group over recent quarters. Africa and the Middle East is currently one of Orange’s “major growth engines”...

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Orange Group has revealed that its Capex fell by 5.8 percent to €1.6 billion in the first quarter of 2022 despite investing in 5G networks and fiber broadband business.At 31 March 2022, Orange had 58.5 million households connectable to FTTH worldwide (an increase of 17.7 percent). Orange has 11.6 million (+18.3 percent) FTTH customers in Europe. Orange...

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Over the past four years, satellite has become a popular alternative for operators to connect remote communities. But it also has limitations. AST SpaceMobile offers a solution to overcome these obstacles. French telecoms group Orange on Friday (March 25th) signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding with AST SpaceMobile to test its space-based broadband cellular network in one...

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Orange Mali SA has selected Intelsat to deliver 3G and 4G connectivity to remote areas of Mali. “Intelsat is on a mission to deliver high-quality, dependable connectivity to people around the world, regardless of where they live,” said Brian Jakins, general manager and vice president of networks at Intelsat. “But for people in remote and...

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Orange, a major multi-service telecommunications groups with a presence in 18 African countries, along with its subsidiary Sonatel, the leader in Senegalese telecommunications solutions, will partner with SES, the leader in global content connectivity solutions, to deploy and manage the first O3b mPOWER gateway in Africa, enabling the African continent to enjoy easy access to high-performance and...

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Egypt’s National Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (NTRA) has announced the allocation of new spectrum in the 2600MHz range to Orange Egypt. In a press release the regulator confirmed it had awarded a total of 30MHz in the 2600MHz band, in return for which Orange Egypt had agreed to pay USD440 million. The allocation comes after all...