Africa Connect is expected to contribute to growth of internet and data services in the Continent, which is home to some of fastest growing telecom markets in the world.
Africa Connect has an integrated fiber and satellite network with 42 Points of Presence (PoP) spread across 17 African countries. The network will offer a variety of integrated telecom applications and solutions.
The suite of products in the area of Global Transmission and IP Services include Submarine Capacity, Global leased circuits, Ethernet and Backhauls, Global and regional IP Transit, Managed Internet, Bandwidth on demand for customers, a comprehensive suite of Satellite and Managed Services portfolio to enterprises and carriers in the region. The network is supported by infrastructure built by other regional carriers.
The Africa Connect network will be a major catalyst as the continent moves into the next phase of digital growth and enhance the growth of internet and data services."
Africa Connect augments the international connectivity into
The new network further augmented its reach & connectivity using the multiple Network to Network Interconnects (NNI's) that has more than 25 local network partners.
The entire network interconnects with
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