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State-run telecommunications firm Cameroon Telecommunications (Camtel) has cited vandalism as the reason for a recent fibre optic outage on the terrestrial section of the South Atlantic Telecommunications cable no.3 (SAT-3). The incident disrupted Camtel’s network and also impacted service delivery from third party MNOs. A statement released by Camtel reads: “Our teams immediately mobilised, and...

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MTN South Africa and MTN GlobalConnect, in partnership with the 2Africa consortium, which includes China Mobile International, Meta, MTN GlobalConnect, Orange, center3, Telecom Egypt, Vodafone and WIOCC, have announced that the 45 000km 2Africa cable has landed in Yzerfontein and Duynefontein, South Africa. According to a statement released to the media, for MTN GlobalConnect, this...

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As part of the 2Africa consortium, Meta and Telecom Egypt announce the first landing of the 2Africa subsea cable in Egypt at Ras Ghareb in the Red Sea, with another landing expected in Port Said in the Mediterranean Sea at a later date. The Ras Ghareb landing is one of several taking place in the...

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Angola Cables operates a strong submarine cable infrastructure and a highly interconnected IP network through its SACS, Monet and WACS submarine cable systems directly connecting America, Africa and Europe. The company has also established partnerships to expand its footprint into Asia. The fiber optic infrastructure manager Angola Cables has entrusted the optical network solutions provider Infinera...

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The Equiano sea cable is the highest capacity cable landing in South Africa Liquid Dataport, a business of Cassava Technologies,  is bringing much-needed access to affordable internet in South Africa. Liquid Dataport has acquired a pair of fibre cables on Equiano, the new West coast submarine cable, capable of delivering up to 12 Terabytes of...

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The demand for broadband connectivity is accelerating in Africa. Telecommunications operators are strengthening their broadband infrastructures to better respond to this. The telecommunications operator Sonatel, the Senegalese subsidiary of the French group Orange, announced on Tuesday July 19 that it had won the market for the connection station in Senegal to a 5 th submarine fiber optic cable. This...

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The demand for telecom services and connectivity is accelerating in Angola. To meet this demand, Unitel is increasing its investments in extending its network across the country. Angolan mobile phone operator Unitel has extended its northern submarine cable to Cabinda province. The objective of this initiative is to improve the quality of telecom services and Internet access...

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Since 2020, demand for broadband connectivity has been growing in Africa, supported by the Covid-19 pandemic and the resulting accelerated digital transformation. While the trend is expected to continue, Cape Verde is investing in strengthening its Internet capacity.  EllaLink, an undersea fiber optic cable linking Europe to Latin America, has been commissioned in Cape Verde. This new...