Bayobab has successfully landed the 45,000 km-long 2Africa cable in Ghana and Nigeria. The 2Africa consortium is developing the largest subsea cable project in the world.
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Frederic Schepens recently concluded his visit to Zambia, expressing gratitude for the valuable time spent alongside Bayobab Zambia’s Managing Director Lillian Mutwalo and her exceptional team.
4iG Plc info-communications company and Telecom Egypt— Egypt’s first integrated telecom operator and one of the largest subsea cable operators in the region— have reached an agreement on the terms of cooperation for the construction of an express subsea cable between Albania and Egypt. Following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) last October, the terms of this cooperation agreement establish a joint venture between the two companies for the intercontinental subsea cable project. The express subsea cable will create a high-capacity, intercontinental connection linking Africa and Asia (through the Red Sea) to Europe, via Egypt, the Mediterranean, and Albania.
Telecom Egypt, Egypt’s first integrated telecom operator and one of the largest subsea cable operators in the region, has launched its new WeConnect ecosystem, providing agile access to Egypt’s extensive subsea cable infrastructure.
Telecom Egypt, the first integrated telecommunications operator in Egypt and one of the largest subsea cable operators in the region, has joined forces with NaiTel, a licensed telecommunications service provider in Jordan, and the telecom arm of Aqaba Digital Hub to construct Coral Bridge, a new, long-awaited subsea cable system connecting Egypt and Jordan.
Bayobab Group has appointed Florent Guede as Managing Director of Bayobab Cote d'Ivoire.
Bayobab has landed the 45,000km 2Africa subsea cable on Ghanaian shores, in Accra. The 2Africa subsea cable system will support the western and eastern regions of Africa once complete in 2023 and 2024, respectively. This landing is one of several cable landings taking place across 46 locations in 33 countries for all consortium partners, bringing seamless connectivity across continents. This landing is the third landing in a series of Bayobab’s six target locations across five countries.
Bayobab Group has announced that it has been granted a National Long-Distance Operator License by the regulatory authorities in Nigeria. This license ushers in a new era of connectivity that is essential to meeting the surging demand for data within the country's borders. Bayobab’s subsidiary in Nigeria is now empowered to facilitate long-distance traffic, opening doors to enhanced communication, collaboration and innovation.
Telecom Egypt, Egypt’s first integrated telecom operator and one of the largest subsea cable operators in the region, and 4iG Plc, the Budapest-based info-communications company in Hungary and the Balkan region, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to link Egypt and Albania via a point-to-point, high-capacity subsea cable.
Bayobab, a subsidiary of MTN Group, is rapidly expanding its operations across Africa, particularly in South Africa, Nigeria, Zambia and other key markets. The company plans to invest over US$500 million to turn its fiber business into an open-access network.