Marius Mostert, CTO of Fibreco Telecommunications, a Convergence Partners’’ investee, said that the industry needed to re-examine a more effective collaboration structure to meet the current realities facing it. In particular, the Satnac conference has debated and discussed many of the ideas that are now a reality. Broadband and digital inclusion emerged again during the 2013 Satnac, held in Stellenbosch this week.
FibreCo Telecommunications, a joint venture between Cell C, Internet Solutions and businessman Andile Ngcaba’s Convergence Partners, is turning its attention to its next big project after completing construction of a fibre-optic link between Johannesburg and East London.
FibreCo Telecommunications, a South African open-access network provider, is deploying Corning optical fibre in its new long-distance fibre optic network in South Africa. The optical fibre cable contains both Corning SMF-28e+ LLand LEAF optical fibres. Phase 1 of FibreCo’s construction began with a 2,000-km link between Johannesburg and Cape Town connecting Bloemfontein, East London, and Port Elizabeth. The subsequent phases of the project will see additional routes being built to enhance network redundancy and resilience. The project’s total distance will cover 12,000 km.
FibreCo Telecommunications (“FibreCo”), a joint venture between Cell C, Convergence Partners and Internet Solutions, announced the awarding of a contract for construction of its nation-wide open-access fibre optic network. FibreCo’s objective is to facilitate affordable and reliable high-speed Internet access for South African citizens and businesses.