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Nov 19, 2010
The Eastern Africa Submarine Cable System is a landmark fibre-optic undersea cable that interconnects 21 African countries with the rest of the world.
Nov 06, 2009
The Eastern Africa Submarine Cable System is a landmark fibre-optic cable project that will connect 21 African countries to one another and the rest of the world.
May 23, 2008
Within a relatively short time span, fibre-optic cables for telecommunications have become the preferred means of communication between countries. Unfortunately, Africa is still especially disconnected and still extensively employs expensive satellite systems to...
May 23, 2008
Within a relatively short time span, fibre-optic cables for telecommunications have become the preferred means of communication between countries. Unfortunately, Africa is still especially disconnected and still extensively employs expensive satellite systems to...
Aug 18, 2006
The project involves the laying of a submarine fibre-optic cable to connect East African countries with the rest of the world.
Jun 30, 2006
The project involves the laying of a submarine fibre-optic cable to connect East African countries with the rest of the world. The proposed East African Submarine Cable will provide the last link to completely encircle Africa by high capacity optic-fibre...
Feb 17, 2006
The project involves the laying of a submarine fibre-optic cable to connect East African countries with the rest of the world. The proposed East African Submarine Cable will provide the last link to completely encircle Africa by high capacity optic-fibre...
 
 
 
 
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