Podcast | TechCentral speaks to Darren Bedford, chief development officer at Wiocc, a company originally founded to invest in the Eassy cable system along Africa’s east coast, about its growth plans.
The West African Cable System has suffered another break – at the worst possible time for South Africa, with many people now relying on home broadband connections to work.
A super-fast new subsea telecommunications cable, offering access between South Africa, the Middle East and Europe at speeds until now unheard of in the region, is to be built in the next two years. Liquid Telecom said on Monday that a newly created and wholly owned subsidiary, Liquid Sea
South Africa is not facing challenges when it comes to international connectivity landing on its shores, says Seacom CEO Byron Clatterbuck. In the past six years, South Africa has been connected to numerous undersea broadband cables that have brought much-needed bandwidth to the country