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Submarine cable operator Seacom has deployed 100 gigabit per second ethernet technology to bolster the growth of the internet in Africa.
Undersea broadband cable provider Seacom has been hit by a fault in the Mediterranean Sea between Egypt and France, possibly impacting connectivity in Africa.
Local telecoms companies could regret spending around R1bn each on a new African broadband cable if the project goes ahead, says an expert.
Construction work in Egypt is a key reason behind fibre cuts that have disrupted internet services in South Africa twice in one week.
Widespread internet downtime of two hours and forty minutes this week has sparked differing reactions from Fin24 users.
The Africa Coast to Europe submarine cable could be among the last major international broadband systems to land on SA shores for some time, says an expert.
South Africa is far behind Europe and the US when it comes to corporates being connected to fibre broadband, says a CEO.
South Africans, along with internet users in the rest of the continent, may soon experience faster broadband as a result of a Seacom network upgrade.
The network service and undersea broadband company announced on Monday that it has appointed Byron Clatterbuck as its new CEO.
Seacom announced that the undersea cable has been repaired and internet connections normalised.
Submarine cable operator Seacom has begun rollout of high-speed fibre internet access services to business and home users, starting in the south of Johannesburg.
Local fixed-line telecommunications company Neotel is keeping tight-lipped amid reports that it could be up for sale again.
South Africa's national fibre broadband roll-out could cost as much as R60bn, according to an international provider.
Undersea broadband cable provider Seacom experienced another disruption to its network in Egypt, which had an impact on South Africa's internet connectivity.
Outages affecting a terrestrial network in Egypt have disrupted internet connectivity in South Africa.
South Africa is not facing challenges when it comes to international connectivity landing on its shores, according to Seacom chief executive Byron Clatterbuck.
Pan-African telecoms service provider Seacom - which manages a subsea broadband cable along Africa’s East coast - is now targeting businesses.
Maintenance on fibre cables in Egypt could cause slow internet browsing speeds and downloads in South Africa, an internet service provider has warned.
Broadband operator Seacom has announced the launch of a new Remote Peering Service.
Cable company Seacom is still working on repairing the damaged undersea cables that had disrupted internet services, it says.
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