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Access Kenya develops new metropolitan optic fibre cable

ICT solutions provider Access Kenya has launched a 140-kilometre metropolitan fibre optic cable, providing redundancy and uninterrupted Internet services to Nairobi's Central Business District and high-end residential areas. "Currently, 99% of our network is built as fibre rings; if we...

Zimbabwe’s fibre optic implementation intensifies

Harare, (IT News Africa)-ZIMBABWE has embarked on a massive fibre-optic project aimed at improving internet and mobile service capacities, an official confirmed. The project is expected to link the country with other African regional groupings such as eastern and...

Seacom goes live

SEACOM today announced that its 1,28 Terabytes per second (Tb/s), 17,000 kilometre, submarine fibre optic cable system linking south and east Africa to global networks via India and Europe has been completed and commissioned. Backhauls linking Johannesburg, Nairobi and...

Four firms lose 5% stake in TEAMs project

Four firms have lost their shareholding in the Kenyan undersea fibre optic cable TEAMs project after failing to pay for their 5% stake. According to Business Daily report Flashcom, Africa Fibrenet Uganda, Iquip Limited and Inhand, who held 1.25 per...
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5 Tech Trends Redefining Nigeria’s Digital Landscape

In the heart of Africa's burgeoning tech ecosystem, Nigeria, often referred to as the "Giant of Africa," is not...
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