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Open Connect Limited to build Malawi’s first Tier III data centre

Open Connect Limited to build Malawi’s first Tier III data centre

Open Connect Limited (OCL), Malawi’s leader in fibre optics, seeks funds to extend its already extensive network.

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            ▪ Open Connect Limited to build Malawi’s first Tier III data centre

▪ Open Connect Limited (OCL), Malawi’s leader in fibre optics, seeks funds to extend its already extensive network.

https://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/806640/open-connect-limited-to-build-malawis-first-tier-iii-data-centre/

14/01/2021 at 15h46, by Jeune Afrique Business+

Open Connect Limited (OCL), which went private in 2018 after it split with the publicly-owned Malawi Telecom Limited, is calling on creditors to extend its FTTx (Fibre to the x) network and extend the 3 800 km of cable it already manages. It aims to reach 20 000 new customers, two-thirds of whom are private individuals.

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