Angola Cables extends its global connectivity with Djoliba

On 04-07-2023
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Reliable, efficient, and redundant digital connectivity is essential for any business in today’s world. This is why Angola Cables is now partnering with Orange to offer its customers direct access to the French-speaking markets of West Africa through the Djoliba network. This agreement brings together two major players on the continent, helping them to extend their respective global connectivity by sharing domestic networks and thus offering additional possible destinations. In addition, Angola Cables will extend its transatlantic connectivity through the Dunant and AMITIE submarine cables, completing its existing South American and US nodes.

A seamless connection to Orange’s global networks

Djoliba is the first network in West Africa to offer complete security, with more than 10,000 km of terrestrial fiber optic network coupled with 10,000 km of submarine cables, superfast broadband (up to 100 Gbps) and 99.99% availability. It covers 16 points of presence with a network of nearly 155 technical sites, and connects 300 points of presence in Europe, America, and Asia. It is based on Orange’s Tier-1 network and therefore provides a seamless connection to Orange’s international networks.

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