Congo-Brazzaville charts progress in fibre network roll-out

Friday 24 October 2014 | 13:31 CET | News
The Republic of Congo has released an evaluation report on its fibre-optic network, showing that the country has already completed 53 of the 66 projects to be implemented as part of the Central African Backbone (CAB) network. According to Biztech, the committee overseeing the project has revealed that about 25 percent of the USD 30 million budget allocated to the CAB has already been spent on the completed projects. The CAB, which was launched in December 2011 with the assistance of the World Bank, aims at providing Congo with a fibre-optic network that will facilitate the interconnection

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