The project is set to provide a significant boost to local economies across Guinea, offering businesses affordable access to fibre-like broadband speeds that enable a wealth of advanced communications.
Network to deliver the high-speed internet of the ACE fibre system to businesses in under-served regions
First phase up and running in Conakry, offering up to a tenfold increase in bandwidth
Cambridge Broadband Networks (CBNL), the market leader in licensed point-to-multipoint (PMP), has today announced a landmark partnership with InterCEL +, a subsidiary of Expresso Telecoms Group, to build a major wireless network that will distribute high-capacity broadband from the ACE (Africa Coast to Europe) submarine fibre system to major urban and business regions in Guinea.
Utilising CBNL’s VectaStar PMP solution, InterCEL + has already established phase one of the network in the capital city of Conakry, offering businesses up to a tenfold increase in bandwidth compared to the legacy WiMAX links they had previously been limited to. In the following phases, InterCEL + will extend connectivity to major urban areas along the coast and inland to the under-served mining regions, which have previously lacked substantial …read more