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Liquid Telecom inks distribution deal with Far South Networks

By , IT in government editor
South Africa , 07 Jul 2014

Liquid Telecom inks distribution deal with Far South Networks

Liquid Telecom, an African independent data, voice and IP provider, has partnered with Far South Networks to establish a distribution agreement to resell its products.

According to a press statement Liquid Telecom’s IP PBX and SIP products will first be distributed in southern African nation, Zimbabwe.

Liquid Telecom plans to utilise Far South Networks' VOIP technology to offer its business customers voice services over its fibre network, the statement reads.

The statement further notes Liquid Telecom will hold stock locally and offer a warranty swap-out centre staff with two Far South Networks' certified engineers.

Far South Networks products are designed and manufactured in South Africa for African conditions, using open standards and open architectures.

Liquid Telecom's network provides connectivity onto the five main subsea cable systems landing in Africa such as SEACOM.

Liquid’s terrestrial fibre network also runs from the north of Uganda to Cape Town, and spans more than 15,000 km through Botswana, DRC, Lesotho, Kenya, Rwanda, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

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