Seacom chief strategy officer Suveer Ramdhani, who has played an integral role in the telecommunications company since its launch in 2009, has resigned.
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In this episode of the podcast, Duncan McLeod interviews Seacom chief development officer Suveer Ramdhani about the past, present and future of the telecommunications provider. Ramdhani talks about the origins of the
Seacom, which operates a high-capacity undersea cable along Africa’s east coast, has acquired a Cape Town-based Internet service provider, MacroLan, for an undisclosed sum. The company will be used by
The telecommunications industry in South Africa and the rest of the continent is on the cusp of a fibre and mobile broadband boom, as network operators scramble to meet the demand for video, cloud applications and mobile solutions among consumers
Mobile may dominate as an access medium for the Internet in South Africa, but it’s fixed lines that are consuming most of the data traffic – and they will continue to do so. That’s according to Seacom chief development officer Suveer
South Africa’s telecommunications industry is on the cusp of its next wave of growth, thanks to the growing uptake by businesses and consumers of bandwidth-intensive applications such as cloud services and Internet streaming. Fast-changing user behaviour
Just a week after Seacom announced that its founder, Brian Herlihy, was returning to lead the company, replacing CEO Mark Simpson, the pan-African subsea cable operator has announced a further management shake-up. In a statement, Seacom says the changes
Seacom on Monday demonstrated new “five times 100Gbit/s-per-wave” fibre technology (500Gbit/s in total) as well as its new fibre connection between Teraco’s Johannesburg data centre and Seacom’s submarine cable landing station in