Seacom is focused on making sure their customers have the best services ever as it has added sub-sea connectivity and it pan-African IP/MPLS network. The network enhancements will enable further growth of the continent’s telecoms infrastructure.
The company has upgraded its South African backhaul networks, linking its West and East coast cable assets through activation of multiple wavelengths between Johannesburg and Cape Town, coupled with upgrades of the network platforms that support its services to major cable interconnection hubs in Yzterfontein and Mtunzini.
Seacom has acquired additional West coast subsea capacity to meet demand from both its transmission and IP/MPLS customers, creating highly-resilient service platforms in both Southern and Eastern Africa.
“These were the last missing pieces of the puzzle we needed to put in place to realize our vision of creating a ring of resilient connectivity around Africa. Our most recent investments will allow us to offer higher-quality services to our service provider and network operator customers, so that they in turn can provide higher quality and more reliable services to their customers,” says Brian Herlihy, founder and executive director of Seacom.