A project from Angola Cables could soon start connecting the BRICS bloc countries of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. A project from Angola Cables could soon start connecting the BRICS bloc countries of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. “Angola Cables’ network, including the cable between Brazil and Angola, would allow…Details
Leg two of the Atlantic Cup departed just off the Manhattan Sailing Club’s clubhouse in a 8 knot northeasterly for the 360 nautical mile race to Portland, Maine. 95-Talanta was first across the Angola Cables start line, but had trouble hoisting their kite which allowed 111 – Power of One and 127 – Amhas and 107 –…Details
Multinational telecoms company, Angola Cables has added additional peering points at the following international locations: IX.BR São Paulo and Fortaleza, Equinix Ashburn and Miami (formerly NOTA), and NIIX and DE-CIX in New York. IP Product Manager of Angola Cables, Darwin Costa, said: “The new peering points will further enhance the overall performance and significantly reduce…Details
Angola Cables, a dedicated wholesale carrier based in West Africa, is offering its customers customized amounts of capacity with Ciena’s GeoMesh Extreme Spectrum Sharing capability. The operator is making available differentiated virtual fibre pairs, which are dedicated and upgradeable portions of the overall optical spectrum, to end-users over a shared physical fibre pair. Customers can…Details
Angola Cables enters into a reseller relationship with DE-CIX to offer connectivity and remote peering solutions to its customers, at DE-CIX hubs in North America and Europe. The DE-CIX reseller programme allows third parties like Angola Cables to resell peering ports in any area where they have an infrastructure. Remote peering enables network expansion by…Details
Angola Cables to own naming rights to Leg One Finish Line and Leg Two Start Line in New York City NEWPORT, R.I., May 22, 2018 — Manuka Sports Event Management is pleased to announce the addition of telecommunications multinational Angola Cables as an Official Partner of the 2018 Atlantic Cup to be held May 26 – June 10. The Angolan-based multinational,…Details
Algar Telecom from Brazil, Angola Cables from Angola, Antel from Uruguay and Google’s Alphabet, have announced that the 10,556 km Monet Cable System connecting Boca Raton, Florida to both Fortaleza and Santos, Brazil is complete, establishing an advanced digital gateway between the US and Brazil able to deliver more than 64 Tbps of capacity. The…Details
Now entering the final phase of completion, SACS is expected to be fully operational by the third quarter of 2018.
The undersea cable is one of the most advanced submarine telecommunications systems and will have initial capacity of 40Tbps (100Gbps x 100 wavelength x 4 pairs of fibre).
Installation of first direct subsea link between Africa and South America begins in Angola 9 August, 2017 – Luanda, Angola – Angola Cables today took a step closer to completion of the South Atlantic Cable System (SACS) at an official launch in Sangano, Angola. SACS is the first direct link between Africa and South America.…Details
Based on the theme Achieving A Connected Continent: Leading The Data Explosion Across Africa, the expert panel session with participation from Google, Facebook, WIOCC, Liquid Telecom and Angola Cables, discussed strategies for achieving improved broadband access across the continent. The session reviewed the state of broadband infrastructure and data traffic trajectories in different countries on…Details
Cable System connecting Africa and the Americas reaches a major milestones to create a new route for Internet traffic
Taking a step closer to completing a valuable new route for the global telecommunications sector, Angola Cables today announced the completion of the marine survey for the South Atlantic Cable System (SACS), as well as the start of cable loading on the Angolan side of SACS. Marking an important milestone in the development of the…Details
Access to the Internet is fast becoming a human right in the eyes of millions of people from around the world. This is because the Internet has evolved to a point where people see internet access as vital for them to exercise and enjoy their rights to the freedom of expression and other fundamental human…Details