Liquid Telecom extends its African satellite operation

Liquid Telecom Africa satelliteLiquid Telecom will provide connectivity to national parks, remote offices, mining and exploration companies. (Image source: Parabolic Satellite Dish) African data, voice and IP provider Liquid Telecom has constructed a satellite hub at Teraco’s vendor-neutral earth station in South Africa

Liquid Telecom has increased connectivity speeds for its customers by allowing African data in Africa, it said.

The company has constructed a fibre network that covers more than 17,000 km from Uganda to Cape Town and its expected to provide high-speed, low-cost broadband services to more remote areas.

According to Liquid Telecom, the satellite network will provide connectivity to parks, remote offices, mining and exploration companies. 

“Our fibre and satellite networks complement each other and enable us to meet the ever-increasing demand for connectivity from across Africa. Teraco is the most connected point in southern Africa and our investment in the earth station and the expansion of our satellite capabilities reflects our commitment to building Africa’s digital future,” said Nic Rudnick, CEO of Liquid Telecom. 

The hub will be situtated at an earth station provided by Teraco, a provider of vendor neutral data centres in South Africa, Liquid Telecom stated. 


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