Angola Cables, Orange seal infrastructure sharing agreement
Angola Cables and Orange will now offer seamless connectivity to the Djoliba Network and other global destinations.Staff Writer
Cable breaks causing massive financial mudslide for business
Research, co-led by Angola Cables, points to massive submarine mudslide as the cause of SAT-3 and WACS cable breaks.
Botswana: smartphone growth pushes up internet subscription
Market analysts point to widespread smartphone use, especially among the youth.
Broadband Infraco adds capability to monitor WACS
Analysts laud the state-owned entity’s decision to add undersea cable monitoring as part of its new service offerings.
China Telecom Global links with Angola Cables to extend global reach
Shared infrastructure capability to improve the transmission capacity, latency between China, South Africa, Angola and Brazil.
Maintenance disrupts internet access in Algeria
Scheduled maintenance to SEA-ME-WE4 submarine cable.
WACS break: partners move to reassure market
ISPs, telcos linking to- and facilitating West Africa Cable System are working to fix break in system over the weekend.
Cable ship Leon Thevenin heads to Angola
Openserve releases statement on latest developments.
Cable restoration vessel readies to depart Cape
Openserve confirms process underway and all loading is expected to be complete by 22 January 2020.
MTN Cameroon in race against time to reconnect subscribers
WACS cable break results in several days of disruption to internet, voice service.
Vox enhances its core network with Angola Cables
Deal will mean remote peering access to the undersea SACS linking Africa with the Americas.
Paratus Group invests US$14-million in Trans-Kalahari project
Company says there is a need to increase capacity to Zambia due to increasing local demand for data, internet.