Paratus Namibia

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.
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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.

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.
Jun 23, 2022

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.
Mar 11, 2022

Paratus Namibia to launch Armada datacentre

Company confirms investment of N$123-million to establish country’s largest DC facility.

Paratus Swakopmund landing station ready for Equiano cable

In February 2021 Paratus entered into an agreement with Google to be the landing partner for the Equiano cable in Namibia.
Nov 16, 2021

Paratus Namibia lands smart city fibre deal

Commercial connectivity agreement signed with Ongos Connect.

Paratus Namibia signs first infrastructure sharing agreement

Fibre open access deal on-boards Africa Online as a client.
Sep 4, 2019

Namibia: Capricorn Investment Group acquires 30% stake in Paratus Africa

Deal expected to broaden CIG's reach into key sectors, including asset management and telecommunications.

Paratus Namibia raises capital through rights issue

Capital to support company's ongoing aggressive roll out of telecommunications infrastructure, specifically fibre and 4G LTE.
Oct 10, 2017

Nimbus lists in Namibia as first capital pool company

The company has signed a management agreement with Paratus Namibia, whereby Paratus will manage its investments.