Liquid Intelligent Technologies

Zimbabwe telcos given green light on 50% tariff increase

Liquid Intelligent Technologies and Econet Zimbabwe have welcomed the development.
Stanley Karombo
Feb 2, 2023

Nokia adds fibre to Liquid’s digital highway linking Kenya and SA

First terrestrial route that will provide 12 terabits of capacity for carriers and service providers in South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and the DRC.

Liquid Intelligent Technologies deepens interest in Nigeria

Company says acceleration of digital transformation and rising demand for cloud services has made Nigeria ripe for investment.

Fibre alliance to reach unconnected in Kayamandi, Stellenbosch

Nokia, Liquid Intelligent Technologies and PayGoZo to supply economical, uncapped and ultra-fast internet.

Kenya’s tech industries slam Practitioners Bill as retrogressive

Contentious proposed legislation is currently under review by the President.

PEACE Cable, Liquid unite to bolster network capacity

Additional capacity will help increase the proliferation of faster and more affordable internet, cloud and cyber security services, companies claim.
May 9, 2022

Liquid looks to bolster presence with acquisition

Company announces intention to acquire Israel-based tech firm Telrad, which has presence in 13 countries.
May 5, 2022

ZOL emerges as Liquid Home Zimbabwe

Rebrand reflects much-awaited alignment with the parent brand - Liquid Intelligent Technologies (LIT).
Mar 29, 2022

Liquid lands Equiano capacity in Nigeria and South Africa

The new Equiano subsea cable will link Africa to Europe via the West Coast of Africa when it is ready for service later in 2022.

IFC confirms investment in Liquid to boost tech infrastructure across Africa

IFC’s latest investment in Liquid follows its investment in the company in February 2021 through Liquid’s bond placement on Euronext Dublin, Ireland’s main stock exchange.

Liquid launches Asia-US global internet transit route via Africa

The company establishes a global internet transit route between Asia and the US through Africa, avoiding high-risk bottlenecks in the Middle East and Europe.

Liquid, Unitas Global partner on latest Africa datacentre sortie

Companies aim to create ‘largest network of interconnected datacentres in Africa’