Seacom launches direct-to-corporate services in Uganda

Wednesday 12 June 2019 | 10:46 CET | News

Pan-African telecoms enabler Seacom has extended its corporate market offering to Uganda under the Seacom Business brand, providing internet connectivity and cloud services directly to corporate customers.

Seacom will provide a corporate-grade, consistent service quality using its existing, high-speed, fibre-based infrastructure, which extends from Kampala to its diverse subsea international backbone. Seacom's managing director for the Eastern North and East Africa region, Tonny Tugee, said this is part of the provider’s plan to strengthen its position as the regional connectivity supplier with the ability to link businesses together within Africa and globally.

The company's network in Uganda currently covers Kampala, Entebbe, Jinja, Mbarara and Gulu. Seacom use its scalable capacity to deliver cloud services, low latency transmission and VPN connectivity through international partner networks to provide the services.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Seacom
Countries: Uganda
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