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African network latency has been decreasing as redundancy has been improving. The result is more robust fibre networks.
A handful of inspirational quotes made by leaders in the African tech space in August 2012.
July 16th, 2012 was a banner day for news of online progress in Africa.
A handful of inspirational quotes made by leaders in the African tech space in May 2012.
Malawi’s Internet costs have vastly dropped since the days of $100/month for a 20kbps connection six years ago. Still, the presence of a fibre cable does not mean immediate reductions in Internet costs for consumers. Due to Malawi’s landlocked location, the country must link to international fibre via Mozambique, Zambia, …
Standard Group Kenya’s KTN Business recently aired a video segment on Seacom’s planned upgrade of its undersea cable to cope with growing demand on the eastern seaboard of Africa. Mark Simpson, the new Chief Executive Officer at SEACOM, says that the advent of 4G services will mean that additional demand …