Africa Data Centres has announced plans to build 10 “hyperscale” data centres in 10 African countries in the next two years at a cost of more than $500-million (R7.2-billion).
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Cell C CEO Douglas Craigie Stevenson has criticised Telkom over its narrative that there is an abusive “duopoly” between Vodacom and MTN in South Africa’s mobile market, saying this argument no longer holds water.
There is real irony in the way Telkom is using every opportunity it gets to complain about a “duopoly” in South Africa’s mobile industry. By Duncan McLeod.
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Facebook and Liquid Intelligent Technologies are extending their reach in Africa by laying 2 000km of fibre in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
When the Internet Service Providers’ Association was founded 25 years ago, its principal raison d’être was fighting Telkom’s monopoly. Now the company has been accepted as a member.
A 24Tbit/s submarine telecommunications system connecting South Africa to the islands of Madagascar, Reunion and Mauritius has gone live and is carrying Internet traffic between the countries.
Six telecommunications companies have responded to the invitation to apply for access to radio frequency spectrum bands suitable for mobile broadband roll-out, with no real surprises among the names.
Liquid Telecom has raised $307-million through a rights issue to fund a rapid expansion of its data centre business across Africa.