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Vodacom Business Africa Expands to South America

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TechInAfrica – In endeavors to expand its worldwide impression, Vodacom Business Africa has moved into Brazil, South America, in this way expanding its fixed-network inclusion to five mainlands across the globe.

This transoceanic association has been made conceivable through the undersea South Atlantic Cable System. It is quick to straightforwardly connect the African continent’s southern half of the globe with South America.

With the most recent expansion of Brazil, the network’s arrival now traverses South America in addition to Africa, the Middle East, Europe, and North America, further solidifying Vodacom Business Africa’s status as one of Africa’s worldwide network partners of choice.

“Our guarantee to our esteemed customers, both new and existing, is to use the most enhanced fixed-availability network routes accessible into Africa. In this manner, we are shortening the distances among Africa and South America for global organizations looking to devour their half breed mists ideally from Africa, as they grow their activities through this inter-continental exchanging corridors,” says Trevor Naidoo, Executive Head Technology and Operations of Vodacom Business Africa.

Vodacom Promises a “Future Ready Network”

Vodacom Business Africa’s IP Backbone gives an undertaking grade arrangement that permits associations to total every one of their correspondences among sites and remote workers onto a solitary, solid, private Wide Area Network (WAN) supported by a network with a worldwide reach.

A protected network platform is additionally crucial for the Vodacom Business Africa offering, empowering the deployment of altered, end-to-end ICT services that reach from crossover, private-public cloud, to Smart Collaboration and Internet of Things (IoT) arrangements.

These administrations collectively structure a ‘future prepared’ network, giving on-request, application-driven availability for continuous computerized arrangements with integrated, multi-merchant, virtual network capacities.

“Through our adaptable, hybrid, nearby, and global billing alternatives, we can offer valuable help for shifting worldwide contracting models. Our worldwide assistance management suite empowers us to convey a reliable brand insight across your business estate,” adds Naidoo.


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