The company behind the planned 40Tbit/s Wasace cable [David Ross Group] says the African leg of the submarine system will be ready for service in early 2014. And it's coming to SA.
The African leg of a new submarine telecommunications system that will serve markets in the North and South Atlantic will be ready for service in the first quarter of 2014. The cable will offer high-speed global connectivity to SA, Angola and Nigeria.
...The 40Tbit/s cable will connect SA, Angola and Nigeria to the US, as well as to markets in South America and Europe, using the latest "100G" fibre-optic technology.
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