Paratus readies to go live on Equaino with Infinera tech solution
Infinera's system has a wavelength of 800 Gbps capacity, enabling the Paratus Group's fibre optic network to perform better in both upload and download speeds.Staff Writer
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Paratus Namibia reshuffles its executive team to support expansion drive
Company will soon announce new Group positions to lead the charge for expansion in Africa says Group CEO Schalk Erasmus.
Paratus scouts for more sponsors as it plans major e-learning rollout in Africa
Company has partnered with Interactive Audio Visual Solutions in quest to connect schools and roll out online learning material.
Namibia's MTC deploys extra fibre as congestion grips network
Telecommunications firm confirms roll out of 475km fibre for backbone.
Paratus Armada signals Namibia’s 4IR ambitions
Paratus Namibia officially launched its N$123-million Armada DC campus, the country’s first carrier-neutral datacentre, located on the outskirts of Windhoek.
Telecom Namibia toes party line and announces N$2.3bn infrastructure upgrade plan
Last month, Namibia’s Minister at the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (MICT) Peya Mushelenga bemoaned low levels of access to internet and coverage provided by telecommunications companies.
Equiano subsea cable comes ashore in Swakopmund
Paratus Namibia, Telecom Namibia and Google have confirmed the development and have affirmed it will become fully operational in Q4 this year.
Namibia’s government bemoans level of access to internet, telco coverage
Half the country’s population has no internet access, according to the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology.
Armada DC is Namibia’s first carrier-neutral datacentre - Paratus
Facility scheduled to be launched in August and company vows resource will offer local market freedom and flexibility.
Namibia keeps mum on 5G rollout strategy
Government’s moratorium on deployment remains in place.
Paratus backs Armada DC venture with N$123m and a lot of expectation
New datacentre scheduled to be launched in August 2022.
Paratus announces leadership shake-up amid Africa expansion
Full handover of Group CEO responsibilities scheduled for August 2022, when the company will officially open its datacentre in Windhoek.
Namibia suspends awarding new telecommunications licences
Industry regulator confirms suspension from 1 October 2022 to 30 September 2023.