Teraco Data Environments
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Feb 6, 2019

Redstor adds new data centre in SA

Due to unprecedented demand for a disruptive data management platform, Redstor is expanding operations by adding a new data centre in Johannesburg.

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Berkshire Partners to invest in Teraco Data Environments

The Boston-based investment firm has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire a majority stake in the company.

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Sep 10, 2018

China Telecom partners with Teraco

China Telecom Global has selected Teraco Data Environments as the location for its inter-connection hub.

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Open Access event celebrates five years

The ICT networking?event, hosted by Teraco and FibreCo Telecommunications, is taking place in the Western Cape this week.

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Teraco named Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute connectivity partner

Teraco will offer access to the Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute sites in Africa when Azure becomes generally available in 2018.

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Teraco sponsorship boosts Africa's Internet infrastructure

The decision to sponsor root operators is another way Teraco can support the growth of the African Internet market, says Andrew Owens, technical manager for Interconnection & Peering at Teraco.

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Bringing quality content to Africa

Workonline Communications and Teraco have collaborated to help Fastly - the edge cloud platform - expand into Africa.

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Feb 21, 2017

Angola Cables to peer at NAPAfrica

NAPAfrica was selected based on its ability to offer an impressive list of international content delivery networks and carriers, says Angola Cables.

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Apr 15, 2016

Peer pressure

Bringing world-class content to Africa.

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Carrier Ethernet demand soars in Africa

As cable capacity in African markets expands, Ethernet is becoming the technology of choice for companies, says MEF.

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Jun 12, 2015

Workonline offers free IPv6 transit

The terrestrial network service provider is offering 100Mbps of free IPv6 transit to qualifying AfriNIC LIR members.

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Apr 30, 2014

Same shift, different pay

The age-old battle of the sexes is still a hot topic in the IT industry, both locally and internationally. Why won't this issue go away?

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