5th undersea cable to land
19 November 2012, 16:42
Nairobi - Plans are underway to land a fifth undersea fibre optic cable, a move that would see Kenya more than quadruple its current bandwidth capacity.
In a statement to Capital News, Information Permanent Secretary Bitange Ndemo said that increased uptake of the existing cable capacity will only multiply once the country goes into 4G in the near future.
Although the PS did not give specific timelines, he revealed that a firm from the Middle East is in talks with the government to begin the procurement process.
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