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Cell C, IS launch FibreCo for national backbone

Wednesday 10 November 2010 | 12:41 CET | News
FibreCo Telecommunications is set to roll out a 12,000km, open access fibre network in South Africa. The new company is a joint project funded by Cell C, Internet Solutions and Convergence Partners, a BEE investment management and advisory firm focused on the telecommunications, media and technology sector. Cell C's mobile network will provide the platform for the co-location of optical transmission equipment at base stations and wireless access for FibreCo's customers. Through Internet Solutions, FibreCo has access to capabilities in the delivery of value-added networking services in the

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Categories: General
Companies: Cell C / Internet Solutions
Countries: South Africa
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