SEACOM has announced a new partnership with CDNetworks to improve the African internet experience.
SEACOM has deployed CDNetworks content clusters and caching nodes on its
The nodes will accelerate and optimize HTTP content, rich media, downloadable files, video, music, software updates and other Web content requested by operators and Internet Service Providers connected to SEACOM's IP network.
African end-users will in turn enjoy lower latency, faster speeds and more reliable service when accessing popular web services and content from around the world, officials said.
"Many of our global customers, such as retail and gaming companies, are looking to reach the growing online population in
"With CDNetworks caching technology deployed in SEACOM's network, Africa ISPs can now deliver global website content much faster to end-users, providing a better online experience." said
"Our partnership with CDNetworks is another qualitative step in that direction. Bringing content to
"We shall continue this trend so our customers get the most out of their service with SEACOM," he said.
SEACOM was established in 2007 by a group of African investors with the objective of bringing the global Internet to
Two years later, SEACOM launched the first broadband submarine cable system along the East African coastline linking
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