Seacom said on Wednesday that the submarine cable system it operates along Africa’s east coast is experiencing a “service-affecting outage”. Update: Services were restored on Wednesday afternoon.
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Seacom has “lit up” more towns along the N1 route between Johannesburg and Cape Town with fibre broadband options, the telecommunications company said on Thursday.
Seacom has launched a point of presence in Bloemfontein for business customers.
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Seacom, which built the first subsea broadband cable along Africa’s east coast 10 years ago, is interested in acquiring capacity in Google’s new, high-capacity Equiano cable along the west coast to Europe.
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Seacom said on Tuesday that it is adding eight new points of presence across Africa, including at the continent’s first Microsoft Azure data centres, in Johannesburg and Cape Town.