Although South Africa was a little late to the party, businesses are quickly realising the benefits of virtual cards, writes Chris Wood.
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Wiocc Group has secured a $30-million equity investment from the International Finance Corporation as it ramps up investment in fibre networks and data centres.
Wiocc Group has appointed Ayotunde Coker as CEO of its data centre business, Open Access Data Centres, with immediate effect.
Wiocc, one of the original investors in the Eassy submarine cable system, is gearing up for rapid expansion in data centres across Africa.
African infrastructure company Wiocc has raised $200-million in new debt and equity funding to build data centres and other infrastructure on the continent.
Growing trade between Africa and Asia has prompted talk of a new subsea broadband cable along Africa’s eastern coastline, says Hong Kong ICT firm PCCW. Last week, PCCW said it along with Telkom, MTN Saudi Telecom Company and
Local telecommunications companies could regret spending around R1bn each on a new African broadband cable if the project goes ahead, says an expert. On Monday, Hong Kong ICT firm PCCW said Telkom, MTN, Saudi
The East African Submarine System (Eassy), a subsea telecommunications cable along Africa’s eastern shoreline, is set to get a speed boost with supplier Alcatel-Lucent set to deploy the latest 100Gbit/s wavelength technology on the network. The upgrade will allow Eassy ultimately to carry
The East African Submarine System, the second high-capacity fibre-optic cable along Africa’s east coast, is live. However, local Internet users will have to wait until at least August to enjoy any benefits. The West Indian Ocean Cable Company, the largest shareholder in Eassy, announced this week that the cable is ready to be tested by its owners.
Construction of the East Africa Submarine System (Eassy), the second high-capacity fibre-optic cable along Africa’s east coast, was completed on…