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Free Senegal has announced the deployment of a 5G pilot network in Dakar. Speaking at an event held last Thursday to demonstrate the potential of fifth generation services to drive digital transformation, Free Senegal CEO Mamadou Mbengue revealed five sites have been activated in the capital and another 20 will be rolled out in other regions of...

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Senegalese MNO Hayo Telecom has partnered Telesmart.io, an expert in global number and messaging services, to deploy its fully API-enabled number and messaging platform. The platform automates the full supply chain for the MNO, including sign-up, interconnect, on-line provisioning, functionality, visibility and reporting. According to information supplied to the media, the partnership is Telesmart.io’s first...

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Senegalese regional mobile network operator (MNO) Hayo Telecom has chosen Telesmart.io to supply a fully API-enabled number and messaging platform. The platform automates the supply chain for the operator, including sign-up, interconnect, online provisioning, functionality, visibility and reporting, enabling Hayo to serve its customers with increased efficiency and capabilities. As a Telesmart.io partner, Hayo Telecom receives...

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Avanti Communications, which provides satellite data communications services in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and Free Senegal have signed a five-year partnership agreement under which Free will build and host a new satellite gateway in the country for Avanti’s HYLAS 4 Ka-band satellite. The gateway will extend HYLAS 4’s coverage to Senegal and the neighbouring West African countries...

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Senegal’s Regulation Authority for Telecommunications and Posts (L’Autorite de Regulation des Telecommunications et des Postes, ARTP) has established a steering committee to coordinate efforts to increase mobile network coverage and enhance quality of service (QoS). The body aims to strike a balance between network operators, ISPs, MVNOs and consumer associations, enabling them to work together on...

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Following an appeal, Senegal’s Regulation Authority for Telecommunications and Posts (L’Autorite de Regulation des Telecommunications et des Postes, ARTP) has reduced the fines imposed on the country’s three mobile network operators – Sonatel (Orange Senegal), Free (Saga Africa Holdings) and Expresso Senegal – last December for quality of service (QoS) failings. In order to ensure increased...

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Agence Ecofin reports Senegal’s president Macky Sall has instructed the Ministry of Digital Economy and Telecommunications to optimise telecoms network coverage by strengthening the universal service fund. Stressing further public and private investment is required to further the country’s inclusive digital development, President Sall told a Council of Ministers meeting last week that there is...

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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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Multinational telecommunications Group Orange, along with its subsidiary and Senegalese telecommunications solutions provider Sonatel, will partner with SES, a leader in global content connectivity solutions, to deploy and manage the first O3b mPOWER gateway in Africa. The companies assert that this deployment, a first for the continent, will ensure easy access high-performance and low-latency connectivity...

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A high-speed connection has been undertaken since May 2020 between the Senegalese and Cape Verdean capitals. Many opportunities for socio-economic growth are expected from this collaboration.  The fiber optic interconnection from Senegal to Cape Verde has been completed. HMN Technologies, which specializes in providing advanced turnkey submarine network solutions, announced on Tuesday, January 11. It has in fact...