Seacom buys Kenyan last-mile provider Hirani Telecom
The pan-African telecommunications services provider has completed the 100% acquisition of Hirani Telecom’s metro fibre network.
Seacom bumps up IP network to 100Gbps
The upgrade comes as more submarine cables are expected to land on the African continent to boost connectivity.
SEACOM shrinks data management workload with Redstor
The platform is designed for multi-tenancy, enabling visibility of all data through a single, Web-based control centre.
5G forecast to create almost 23m jobs within 15 years
Expected to create $13.1 trillion worth of revenue for the global telecoms sector, 5G is among the key trends that will shape the ICT industry in 2021, says Seacom.
Seacom’s chief strategy officer Suveer Ramdhani resigns
Suveer Ramdhani has been with the company since its inception and was involved in its initial launch in 2009.
Seacom launches fibre-to-the-home ISP – WonderNet
The company unveils a new Internet service provider offering fibre-to-the-home solutions targeting home users.
WACS cable outage resolved
The South African National Research & Education Network confirms the subsea cable repairs are complete and everything is according to specification.
How Seacom is navigating through double disasters
The submarine cable operator lays bare its plans to emerge from the nation-wide lockdown and the breaking of the West Africa Cable System.
Seacom carries extra traffic as WACS outage continues
The Seacom cable system is now carrying a large amount of SA’s international Internet traffic after the breaking of the West Africa Cable System.
Vessel departs to fix WACS cable as ISPs re-route traffic
While South African Internet service providers redirect traffic, a cable vessel is on its way to fix the broken West Africa Cable System.
Seacom partners India’s Tata Communications in global connectivity pact
The partnership allows the companies to leverage each other’s regional and global networks to address enterprises’ connectivity requirements.