Central Africa: Some Fibre Network Breakthroughs in the Continent’s Slow Lane for Development
October 21, 2013 Editor 0
[Balancing Act]London -African fibre development has a fast lane and a slow lane. The number of countries in East Africa that now have multiple redundant connections to neighbours and extensive national fibre backbones is growing.
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