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LION2 submarine cable goes live in Kenya in April

Thursday 23 February 2012 | 10:40 CET | News
The Lower Indian Ocean Network (LION2), Kenya's fourth submarine cable, will go live in April and provide unlimited high-speed bandwidth, Capital News reported online. Orange Kenya, which is involved in laying the cable through its parent company, France Telecom, said that the cable arrived in Mombasa in December 2011 and is currently awaiting connection. Orange Kenya's Chief Corporate Communications Officer, Angela Ng'ang'a-Mumo, told Capital News that progress on LION 2 is on target. She said the firm is completing work at the landing station in Mombasa. The LION2 cable is a 3,000

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Companies: Eassy / France Telecom / Orange Kenya / Seacom
Countries: Kenya
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