Dark Fibre Africa sees fifth-generation (5G) wireless broadband networks as a big growth opportunity as the infrastructure needed to power these networks will require extensive fibre backhaul to [...]
Dark Fibre Africa (DFA) has confirmed the launch of its business in Zimbabwe as it looks to expand its business beyond South Africa and extend its existing 10 000km fibre network.
CENTURION, Gauteng – 16 September 2012 – Dark Fibre Africa (DFA) is moving at the speed of light, it has already deployed over 6500 kilometres of optic fibre across South Africa and will now be investing nearly R10-million in Mthatha in the Eastern Cape.
CENTURION, Gauteng – 5 September 2012 – eMalahleni (Witbank) will benefit from a golden investment to the value of R52-million, Dark Fibre Africa (DFA) will be deploying a 64 kilometre optic fibre infrastructure throughout the city. This forms part of a R3.5-billion national fibre network that will increase bandwidth and reduce Internet costs significantly.
CENTURION, Gauteng – 23 August 2012 – Dark Fibre Africa (DFA), in conjunction with SEACOM, has provided two dedicated optical fibre cables to the Hilton Sandton Hotel, the venue for the 3rd African Peering and Interconnection Forum (AfPIF) conference. Delegates will experience Internet speeds of 2Gbps, 2000 times faster than an average home connection.
CENTURION, Gauteng – 18 August 2012 – Local open access dark fibre infrastructure provider, Dark Fibre Africa (DFA), has announced that it will be deploying a 27 kilometre fibre infrastructure in Mossel Bay to the value of R18 million. DFA provides the infrastructure that enables licensed operators like Vodacom, MTN and Cell C, as well as ISPs like MWEB and Internet Solutions (IS) to give communities access to the network.
CENTURION, Gauteng – 10 August 2012 – Following last week’s announcement that Dark Fibre Africa (DFA) will be deploying a fibre infrastructure in Mossel Bay to the value of R18 million, the company has confirmed the routes that will be affected. DFA has also reaffirmed that trenching will be done with the least disruption to the community.
CENTURION, Gauteng – 5 July 2012 – A fibre infrastructure to the value of R16-million will soon be deployed in Secunda, this forms part of Dark Fibre Africa’s (DFAs) R3.5 billion national fibre network that will increase bandwidth and reduce Internet costs significantly.