SEACOM has acquired Cape Town-based Internet service provider and managed services provider MacroLan.
SEACOM has repaired the second marine cable fault off the coast of Djibouti in the Red Sea.
While repairing a recent fault on its cable, SEACOM discovered a “secondary marine fault” in the Red Sea off the coast of Djibouti.
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Seacom has announced that there is an outage on its South African backhaul
The Seacom cable network was successfully repaired on 20 April; all circuits restored to the core network
Estimated time to repair announced
Seacom said that the capacity on its Egypt to Europe route is now fully restored
Seacom has restored all services and full capacity on both SMW4 and IMEWE cable systems, but some problems remain
Seacom CEO Mark Simpson says that the cut cables will be repaired in the coming week, but that they are encountering challenges with restoration services
Seacom says that it continues to work to restore services after a cable cut caused an outage on its system
Seacom downtime is resulting in slow international browsing for South African ADSL users
A cable break affecting Seacom has caused a partial loss in Mweb’s international capacity
Downtime on the SEACOM system has once again left local ADSL consumers without international connectivity
MWEB users are experiencing international connectivity issues caused by Seacom downtime
Terrestrial cable break on SEACOM system causes slow international access to some customers; problems solved a few hours later, said SEACOM