Paratus Zambia receives gateway licence
Why do you need to be data-centric?
Take the strain off your infrastructure, your costs and your stress levels, says Gert Duvenhage, COO of Paratus Group.
A desert rose among thorny legal issues
Ana Santos is the Paratus Group’s chief legal officer. She’s been with the group since 2016 and is based in Luanda, Angola.
Fast Congo DRC fibre highway goes live
Fast Congo's 620-kilometre fibre-optic network link between Muanda on the West Coast and Kinshasa is now active.
The Paratus Group’s top operator
The new COO of the Paratus Group in Africa, Gert Duvenhage smooths the way.
Paratus, Meta sign fibre deal for Zambian towns
Companies announce an investment to build a 900km open access metro fibre network in Zambia to improve high-quality connectivity in under-served communities in 10 Zambian cities and towns.
OneWeb, Paratus sign multi-year gateway installation agreement
Paratus will build a OneWeb teleport (gateway) in Angola, which will serve to provide low earth orbit (LEO) services to Angola and surrounding SADC countries.
New Paratus Armada DC to power Africa’s digital transformation
Launch of Namibia’s largest carrier neutral DC signals the country’s readiness to participate in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR).
ITA officially rebrands to Paratus Angola
Internet Technologies Angola (ITA) has officially changed its name.
The cable has landed
Paratus Group, together with Telecom Namibia, had been selected to build the cable landing station (CLS) for the Equiano subsea internet cable in Namibia.