Angola Cables and Broadband Infraco MOU opens a gateway to improving internet connectivity into Africa

Linking the international Angola Cables Network to the terrestrial Broadband Infraco network will fast track Internet access in to Africa.   Wednesday, 14 November, 2018 Cape Town, South Africa: Multinational telecoms company, Angola Cables has announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Broadband Infraco. Broadband Infraco provides extensive regional long-distance network coverage…

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Angola Cables enters into strategic partnership with Silica Networks

New ‘South Routing’ will lead to East meeting West in a new digital trade route enabling the sharing of content and programming between Latin American,  Africa and  Asian markets     Thursday, 18 October 2018:  Multinational telecoms company, Angola Cables has announced that it has entered into a strategic business partnership with Silica Networks in…

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SACS cable to boost connectivity in Africa via Teraco Data Centres

Low latency access between Africa and the Americas set to benefit local carriers, content and cloud providers as well as enterprises.     Teraco, Africa’s largest vendor neutral colocation data centre provider has  said that customers currently making use of its data centres in Cape Town and Johannesburg are set to benefit from the cross…

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Angola Cables to become new DE-CIX reseller

Frankfurt (Germany), Luanda (Angola) – 08 May 2018. Angola Cables, S.A. a rising African IP carrier’s carrier, has announced that the company is entering into a reseller relationship with DE-CIX, the world’s leading Internet Exchange (IX) operator, to offer connectivity as well as remote peering solutions to its customers, reaching out to the main DE-CIX…

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SACS Goes Live, Making Gigantic Leap in Global Connectivity

The first, fastest connectivity, lowest latency trans-Atlantic link between Africa and the Americas   Luanda, Angola 27th September 2018 –  The South Atlantic Cable System (SACS) is now on-stream and open for commercial traffic. The new digital information highway is the first and fastest link between Africa and the Americas with the lowest latency and…

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Offshore installation of SACS nears completion

(Luanda, Angola) 23 January, 2018 – The installation of the first direct link between Africa and South America is nearing completion. The wet-plant installation is progressing in accordance to the plan and the cables will arrive in Brazil at the beginning of February 2018. Construction works of the landing station / data centre in Fortaleza,…

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Angola Cables launches France-IX Marseille remote peering service

Angola Cables has joined the peering community at France-IX Marseille will significantly boosting connectivity there and to peering members at its own IXP, Angonix, in the Angolan capital Luanda. This new remote peering service significantly boosts connectivity between international carrier networks, CDNs, social networks, cloud and IT service providers with local Angolan and other African…

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Angola Cables Connects With FiberLight LLC to Provide Extended Connectivity to U.S.-Based Customers via Monet Undersea Cable

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA — February 15, 2018 — Angola Cables, a multinational telecoms company engaged in the operation and commercialization of transmission capacity and IP transit via subsea cables, has today announced that U.S.-based, FiberLight LLC will provide backhaul connectivity in the U.S., starting with the Miami, Florida region and later expanding to other…

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Digitally connecting the Americas…and the world

One month until the subsea Monet Cable System  connecting North and South America is fully functional.   (Sao Paulo, Brazil) 2 October, 2017 – An important ‘digital bridge’ between the Americas is approaching completion. According to the telecom multinational Angola Cables, the Monet Cable System will be ‘lit up’ in one month’s time. Making the announcement…

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