Liquid Telecom

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Availability of Microsoft Azure expanded across Africa

Liquid Telecom has announced availability of Microsoft Azure across its pan-African network further increasing access to its cloud services.

We need to build out Afrikaโ€™s second-last mile cloud infrastructure

Afrika, in general, needs stable, high availability platforms that can scale.

The "One Africa" fiber network from Cape Town to Cairo is live

Liquid Telecom's "One Africa" fiber network from Cape Town to Cairo is now up and running.

IoT is a pre-requisite for enabling sustainable development

IoT and digitization enable us to efficiently and proactively address the sustainability challenges that are faced globally and in Afrika.

Startups could be driver of blockchain-based innovation

Afrikan communities have always come up with inventive solutions to local problems. Take Somalia as an example. The country is said to have one of the largest diaspora populations in the world. It has few commercial banks and relations with international creditors remain froยญzen due to debts incurred in

Fibre network connecting Afrika from Cape Town to Cairo

Afrika will soon have its first fibre network that connects the continent from Cape Town to Cairo via Sudan. Known as the "One Africa" network, it will come as a result of Liquid Telecom, a pan-Afrikan telecommunications company, signing Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Telecom Egypt that will

Liquid Telecom Partners With Microsoft To Deliver Cloud Services Across Afrika

Liquid Telecom, a subsidiary of Econet Global, has partnered with Microsoft through the Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) programme to deliver cloud services across Afrika. The partnership means that Liquid Telecom will provide businesses across Afrika with Microsoft cloud services and products, such as Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft Office