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  1. QuintonB

    Seacom and Eassy downtime: is your ISP affected?

    Seacom and Eassy problems: ADSL ISPs respond Seacom and Eassy are experiencing problems on their cable systems, and ADSL service providers in South Africa are forced to re-route traffic
  2. jes

    Enough international bandwidth for now, reckons Telkom CEO

    Enough international bandwidth for now, reckons Telkom CEO Telkom CEO Nombulelo Moholi says that Telkom has no immediate plans to increase its investment in submarine cables
  3. jes

    Please don’t mess this one up as well, DoC (MyBroadband Column)

    Please don’t mess this one up as well, DoC Another communications minister, another colloquium (but maybe it will be different this time around)
  4. jes

    EASSy traffic routing fully restored by next week

    EASSy traffic routing fully restored by next week The SMW3 cable break will be fixed this weekend and EASSy traffic should be back to normal next week
  5. jes

    SA-Brazil undersea-cable plans on track says eFive CEO

    SA-Brazil undersea-cable plans on track says eFive CEO eFive Telecoms CEO Rosalind Thomas promises to connect South Africa and Brazil within two years
  6. jes

    More national bandwidth required in South Africa

    More national bandwidth required in South Africa Undersea cable systems in South Africa can provide terabits of bandwidth, and the bottleneck is now national backhaul capacity
  7. jes

    EASSy interconnects with Global Crossing

    EASSy interconnects with Global Crossing WIOCC today announced the interconnection of its network with that of Global Crossing, a leading global IP solutions provider.
  8. jes

    EASSy submarine cable system upgraded to 4.72Tbps

    EASSy submarine cable system upgraded to 4.72Tbps West Indian Ocean Cable Company (WIOCC) announces EASSy design capacity increase to 4.72Tbps
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    EASSy exceeds bandwidth sale forecasts

    EASSy exceeds bandwidth sale forecasts WIOCC expects that strong sales of EASSy capacity will continue in 2011; bandwidth to be doubled in 2011
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    EASSy plans to double capacity in 2011

    EASSy plans to double capacity in 2011 EASSy is planning to boost its lit capacity in 2011; boasts 100% network reliability since launch
  11. rpm

    Finally, telecoms competition arrives

    Finally, competition in the telecoms space After years, the "fixed-line" market is hotting up.
  12. jes

    Might EASSy start another bandwidth price war?

    Might EASSy start another bandwidth price war? EASSy’s international bandwidth prices causing a stir in South African market
  13. B

    Seacom problems - any news?

    A couple of months ago I read that Seacom were investigating the cause of the repeater failure that caused their latest outage. I also saw that they were hoping to secure connectivity through the Red Sea and across Egypt "by September". Does anyone have an update on * the cause of the...
  14. rpm

    SEACOM planning to offer its own IP transit/Internet services in South Africa

    SEACOM planning to offer IP transit/Internet services SEACOM, Broadband Infraco and Teraco team up to bring Internet and IP transit services directly to local market
  15. rpm

    TENET released RFP for on-demand international bandwidth

    TENET wants on-demand international bandwidth TENET today released an RFP for the purchase of disaster recovery international bandwidth in case their SEACOM link goes down
  16. jes

    How undersea cable design capacities are calculated

    How undersea cable design capacities are calculated How are undersea cable design capacities calculated and what influences the capacity of a cable system?
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    Kobus Stroeder

    Kobus Stroeder - Former Chairman of WACS Management Committee. Kobus Stoeder is Executive Head: Global Capacity, Wholesale Services at Vodacom Business and is the chairman of the Management Committee on the WACS submarine cable project, and was part of the team that implemented the...
  18. rpm

    Bandwidth from one cable can be risky

    Bandwidth from one cable can be risky Reliance on one cable for bandwidth is a risky business and can cause major disruptions and customer dissatisfaction, as was recently experienced with the disruption of the Seacom sub-marine cable.
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    Seacom has "systemic problems with their repeaters"

    Was anyone at the Seacom presentation at Submarine Networks World Africa event last week? I hear they stated that there are "systemic problems with the repeaters used in the Seacom system". These repeaters are needed every 100km or so, and the Seacom system is apparently 17,000 km long -...
  20. rpm

    SEACOM, EASSy, Main One, WACS: International bandwidth boom in South Africa

    International bandwidth boom: SEACOM, EASSy, Main One, WACS Main One and SEACOM team up to bring more international bandwidth to South Africa
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