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

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA — February 15th 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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Angola Cables collaborates with Microsoft to drive digital transformation in Africa

Microsoft ExpressRoute partner to offer Africa-based organisations  secure access to 42 Microsoft Azure regions across the globe   (Cape Town, South Africa) 2 November, 2017 — Angola Cables announced today that it has become a Microsoft ExpressRoute partner to meet the needs of Africa-based organisations migrating business applications and IT infrastructures to the cloud and accelerating digital transformation…

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Jacques Vabre Regatta: symbolic sail for sole African boat

Brazilian/Angolan crew set to compete in trans-Atlantic race   (LeHavre, France) 3 November, 2017: The only African entry in the challenging Transat Jacques Vabre regatta is set for symbolic sojourn on behalf of its sponsor Angola Cables.  As a race that connects two continents, the bi-annual competition will see Angolan Dr José Guilherme Caldas skipper…

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Angola Cables collaborates with Microsoft to drive digital transformation in Africa

Microsoft ExpressRoute partner to offer Africa-based organisations  secure access to 42 Microsoft Azure regions across the globe   (Cape Town, South Africa) 2 November, 2017 — Angola Cables announced today that it has become a Microsoft ExpressRoute partner to meet the needs of Africa-based organisations migrating business applications and IT infrastructures to the cloud and accelerating digital transformation…

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Angola Cables introduces new spectrum sharing capabilities on MONET cable

Submarine cable operator offers customers greater choice with virtual private cables   CHICAGO – 6th May, 2018 – Angola Cables, a dedicated wholesale carrier, can now offer its customers customised amounts of capacity with Ciena’s (NYSE: CIEN) GeoMesh Extreme Spectrum Sharing capability. Angola Cables can reliably and securely offer highly differentiated virtual fibre pairs, which are…

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Angola Cables to peer at NAPAfrica

Africa’s most connected Internet Exchange   (Luanda, Angola) 17 February, 2017 – Angola Cables, a leading telecoms operator is expanding its network reach and peering capabilities across the globe. With an aim to become a major IP transit and MPLS player in sub-Saharan Africa, Angola Cables has chosen NAPAfrica as its peering point. NAPAfrica is…

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Major step forward for digitalisation in Africa

Angola Cables breaks ground for its Brazilian Data Centre   Fortaleza, Brazil (10 July 2017) – Multinational telecommunications company, Angola Cables, announced today that construction had begun on its South American data centre, located in Fortaleza, Brazil. The data centre is an important next step in the company’s roll-out of promoting the digital inclusion and empowerment…

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Angola Cables extends its European network to Interxion facilities to enhance interconnection between Africa and Europe

  AMSTERDAM – 10 July 2017 – INTERXION HOLDING NV (NYSE:INXN, news), a leading provider of carrier and cloud-neutral colocation data centre services in Europe, and Angola Cables S.A., a multinational telecoms wholesale operator, today announced that Angola Cables has extended its international network to three Interxion facilities in Europe: Frankfurt, London and Marseille. This network…

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Angola Cables and North/South America-based consortium of universities and research organisations to expand next-generation networks to Africa

Miami, Florida, December 1, 2016 – Angola Cables and Florida International University’s (FIU) Center for Internet Augmented Research and Assessment (CIARA) today expanded their memorandum of understanding (MOU) for the development of a next-generation Internet network to include Africa.  The multi-institutional project — managed by the AmLight Consortium — will link academic communities across African,…

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