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Undersea broadband cable provider Seacom has been hit by a fault in the Mediterranean Sea between Egypt and France, possibly impacting connectivity in Africa. Seacom operates an undersea broadband cable that connects from South Africa to Europe and Asia along Africa’s eastern coastline. And Seacom said in a network update on Monday that it is “experiencing a shunt fault in the mediterranean sea” at 14:00 GMT, which was about 16:00 South

Openserve and Huawei have announced the successful deployment of a high-speed fibre packet and optical transport network. This will enable Openserve to respond to the growth in demand for data services across South Africa, said the company. Trial results have indicated a seven-fold increase in the speed of fibre deployment, it added. The network will support 8Tbps (8,000Gbps) per fibre pair, with one pair of fibre supporting 400,000 families with 20Mbps bandwidth per

Every year a company called Interbrand comes out with its Best Global Brands report. This year’s report came out on October 5th and ranked Samsung at 7th position, ahead of Amazon and Mercedes-Benz, and up 14 percent in “brand value” over last year. Good job Samsung! Weirdly, Interbrand failed to acknowledge Samsung’s much publicized September 2nd recall of the dangerous Galaxy Note 7 flagship, almost as if it had no

On-Demand Entertainment With Fibre, say goodbye to constant buffering, thanks to smooth, fast connectivity – allowing you to enjoy HD or 4K content, even if several people are streaming at the same time. And with super-low latency, you can take your gaming to a whole new level. Fast and Reliable Fibre uses optical cables to carry data via light, which makes it up to 50x faster than the fastest DSL