CFAF 14 billion for the expansion of the optical fiber in Cameroon
|2014/07/26 18:18:31||日常 | optical fiber|
The landing station of the West African Cable System Cable built by the mobile operator Mobile telephon network and the State of Cameroon which represents an investment of 14 billion CFA francs, was received by government, APA learned Friday from official sources.
The deed of assignment signed by the. Minister of Posts and Telecommunications, Jean Pierre Biyi Bi Essam, and the CEO of MTN Cameroon, Karl Toriola, allows Cameroon to secure this new technology, which bears the SAT3 commissioned in 2002.
Responsible for the Cameroon subsidiary of the South African telecoms group, this sale marks a key step in'' the result of a public-private partnership guarantor of innovative services, quality and lower costs, a step key in the provision of broadband to the Cameroonian people. "
Along 14,500 km, WASC has a capacity of 5.2 Terabit per second for a wavelength of 40 Giga per second reinforces the SAT-3, with a capacity of 354 GBPS.
Based in Limbe in the South West, WACS station that Cameroon should pay a fee affiliate FCFA 12 billion and pay CFAF 2 billion made by the company should prepare the MTN Cameroon to enter the G4.
Minister of Posts and Telecommunications, said that'' digital airport "will be managed by the Cameroon Telecommunications public telecom operator.