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Liquid Telecom Deploys Terrestrial Fiber Link to Connect East and West African Countries

Liquid Telecom has launched the fastest direct terrestrial fiber link connecting East and West African countries. This breakthrough coast-to-coast digital corridor follows the completion of Liquid Telecom’s new high-capacity fiber link running 2,600-kilometre (km) across the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Africa was in need of a direct east to west telecommunications backbone. Liquid Telecom has achieved what African states…

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Liquid Kenya Deploys Nokia OTN-DWDM Solutions

Liquid Telecom Kenya will upgrade its optical networks in the East African countries and has selected Nokia. The operator had signed a two-year partnership agreement to upgrade its optical fiber cable networks to support Nokia’s OTN/DWDM technology targeting an initial capacity enhancement of 500G. Liquid Telecom Kenya, which is part of the pan-African telecommunication service provider Liquid Telecom has a…

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Liquid Telecom Provides Connectivity to the Refugee Camps in Kenya

Liquid Telecom has conneted the Gertrude’s Children’s Hospital in Nairobi to Dadaab refugee complex with high-speed broadband communication network. This connectivity will ensure tele-medicine to the refugess living in four camps in Dadaab. This is an act of appreciation to the whole team of Liquid Telecom that involved beginning from the management to the field staff. Refugee camps are forgotten…

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Liquid Telecom Zambia Aims to Connect 100,000 homes

Zimbabwe-based internet service provider ZOL, which is owned by Africa’s leading telecommunication network provider Liquid Telecom aims to connect more than 100,000 houses to its fiber optic network by 2017. ZOL expects increasing demand in the coming years for high-speed broadband services, which is possible through fiber optic networks. The service provider’s Chief Executive Officer, Denny Marandure says the group wants to introduce cheap and affordable broadband service packages to its subscribers in Zambia. The project execution, however, depends on the cost of setting up the required fiber infrastructure and delays of licensing approvals by local authorities and the sector regulator.

Liquid Sea Commences Submarine Fiber Cable Project

African fiber optic telecom Infrastructure provider, Liquid Telecom will build a new submarine fiber optic cable. The company had formed a new subsidiary division, named Liquid Sea, which is a wholly-owned by the parent Liquid Telecom to implement successful deployment of the project. Liquid Sea has started the project to build a new subsea cable linking Africa to the Middle…