MainOne, Orange deal targets cable extension into Francophone West Africa
Thanks to this new cable connection, several countries in West Africa will benefit from better connectivity, lower prices and access to new services.
Orange will benefit from multiple Terabits per second of additional bandwidth for the development of fixed and mobile data in Africa to meet the increasing demands for Internet access via 3G and 4G network.
More specifically, this cable extension is an opportunity to improve connectivity and offer a broader range of services for both Orange Côte d’Ivoire & Senegal’s Sonatel.
In addition, neighboring countries of Burkina Faso, Mali and Mauritania will benefit from enhanced capacity.
For MainOne, the partnership underscores the company’s vision for a better connected region, its Chief Executive Officer, Funke Opeke says “MainOne continues to lead the digital transformation of our sub-region by investing in affordable connectivity to drive economic development.
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