Paratus to rebrand ITA subsidiary as Paratus Angola

Internet Technologies Angola (ITA) to be renamed and rebranded effective beginning July this year.
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US datacentre firm targets Africa opportunity

Flexential opens network to Angola Cables to bolster inter-continental connectivity.
Apr 12, 2022

Africell invests US$150m into network rollout in Angola

MNO Africell has officially launched commercial mobile phone and data services in Angola.
Apr 1, 2022

Huawei inks deal with CRASA to drive Africa’s DX ambitions

Parties intend to exchange information and ideas on ICT policies and regulations, undertake joint research on network security, data protection, digital inclusion policies and emerging technologies like 5G
Feb 1, 2022

Angola Cables, Africa’s lone representative on CAIDA ranking

Multinational telco ranks 33rd, and the only African network operator to feature.
Dec 8, 2021

Angola Cables partners Cabo Verde Telecom on West African drive

Joint agreement established to boost connectivity and promote digital commerce in West Africa.
Nov 26, 2021

Paratus launches broadband service in Angola’s largest province

Service offered through Internet Technologies Angola, part of the Paratus Group.
Nov 18, 2021

Tech mobilised to drive new e-health initiatives in Angola, Nigeria

Telecom26 to provide connectivity for roll out SystemOne digital healthcare programmes.
Oct 25, 2021

Africell pins hope of early expansion on Angola datacentre

Mobile phone operator believes the facility will serve as the cornerstone of network connectivity service delivery in the country.
Oct 19, 2021

Traffic surge on SACS as telcos eye opportunity in Americas

Angola Cables adds that the 6 156 km intercontinental subsea cable has halved latency between Africa and the Americas.
Sep 27, 2021

Angola Cables launches plan to expand channel partner ecosystem

Company quotes Synergy Research Group as saying last year, spending on cloud infrastructure and services surpassed US$130bn mark.
Sep 7, 2021

600km Angola to DRC fibre optic link goes live

Kinshasa, whose population has grown to about 17 million, is among the hubs connected by the new link.