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Cybersecurity: Africa’s SEACOM Joins Forces with British Telecommunications

African cable system firm SEACOM and British Telecommunications (BT) today announced a strategic partnership which will provide SEACOM with BT cybersecurity systems in order to further secure its own infrastructure and deliver new networking, security and communications solutions to...

The Challenges in Getting Internet Access to All South Africans

South Africa is on a drive to connect its citizens to the Internet. In November 2021, the Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies Khumbudzo Ntshavheni announced that the government was considering a programme to bring internet access to all...

SEACOM Boosts its IP Network with a Serious Bandwidth Upgrade

SEACOM, a fibre-led telecoms provider and owner of extensive ICT infrastructure across Africa, has announced a 100 Gigabit Ethernet (100GE) upgrade for its IP network. The increased capacity of 100 Gbps equipment reduces the cost and complexity associated with procuring...

Seacom Chief Strategy Officer Resigns

Seacom has announced that Chief Strategy Officer, Suveer Ramdhani, has resigned - there's no word yet on who is set to replace him. He has been a part of the company since its inception in 2009. Ramdhani had a "founding...

SEACOM to improve African internet experience

SEACOM has announced its latest partnership with CDNetworks. Looking to improve the African internet experience, SEACOM has deployed CDNetworks' content clusters and caching nodes on its Pan-African IP Network in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. The nodes will accelerate and optimise...
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Drones Deliver Medicine, Mail, Money, and Spares

At the recent SAPICS Conference in Cape Town, Africa's premier event for the supply chain profession, a panel of...
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