Angola Cables expands South Africa presence
November 9, 2017
|New Point of Presence (PoP) in Cape Town complements Johannesburg PoP to address local demand and expand peering capabilities|
|CAPE TOWN, South Africa, November 8, 2017/ — To further expand its network reach and peering capabilities, Angola Cables (www.AngolaCables.co.ao) announced today that it expects to establish a Point of Presence (PoP) in Cape Town before the end of the year. After almost a year of operations in South Africa, the company has seen exponential growth in its customer base. Currently with a PoP in Teraco in Johannesburg, increasing demand has resulted in Angola Cables’ decision to develop a PoP infrastructure for customers based, or with operations in, Cape Town.
“This expansion will give us the ability to attend to local Internet and content demands, as well as enhancing our peering activities in the region,” said Darwin Cost, product manager at Angola Cables.
Re-orienting global data flows and localising content
“Angola Cables is spurring the growth of a number of telecommunications markets in Africa, and as we improve Internet connectivity to and from the continent, we are bringing leading content closer to African users” adds Costa.
Angola Cables (www.AngolaCables.co.ao) is a multinational telecommunications company founded in 2009, who operates in the wholesale market and whose core business is international transmission capacity in Submarine Cable Systems and IP Transit. SACS, Monet and WACS, three cable systems operated by Angola Cables, interconnect four continents (South America, North America, Africa and Europe). Angola Cables runs Angonix, an Internet Exchange Point located in Luanda and third largest in Africa. Angola Cables also manages two Tier III data centres, in Fortaleza (Brazil) connected to SACS and Monet and in Luanda, connected to SACS and WACS. For more information, visit www.AngolaCables.co.ao.
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