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Angola Cables’ South Atlantic Cable System (Sacs), a new, high-speed submarine telecommunications cable connecting Africa and South America, has been launched commercially.
The first transatlantic broadband submarine cable in the southern hemisphere, the South Atlantic Cable System, will begin carrying its first commercial traffic within the next three months, providing a more
In this episode of the podcast, Duncan McLeod interviews Angola Cables CEO António Nunes about the Luanda-based company’s undersea cable projects, which include building a new subsea cable, called Sacs
The first direct submarine cable link between Africa and South Africa is nearing completion, the company backing its construction said on Thursday. The “wet-plant” installation of the South Atlantic Cable System is progressing
As news emerged this week on a new submarine cable system that will connect South Africa and Brazil, another major project – the South Atlantic Cable System (Sacs) – is nearing completion. The Sacs cable, a project
Construction of a new subsea cable, the first to connect Africa with South America, is making progress, with Angola Cables, the company behind the project, announcing on Monday that ground has been broken in the development of a
A new subsea broadband cable project, led by Angola, is set to provide a flood of international Internet bandwidth to countries on the west coast of Africa, including South Africa, when it goes live in mid-2018. The South Atlantic