Broadband Infraco to go live in November

Thursday 21 October 2010 | 11:31 CET | News
South Africa's state-owned internet infrastructure provider Broadband Infraco will launch in the third week of November, offering wholesale access to its network. CEO Dave Smith said the company's first phase has involved developing metropolitan access networks that the commercial internet providers can use to bring services to their customers, local news portal TechCentral reports. Smith said that over the coming financial year the company will complete the last few pieces of its national network, meshing together some of the more popular routes. Formed in 2006, Infraco is licensed to offer

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Broadband infraco
Countries: South Africa
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