Liquid Intelligent Technologies (Liquid) South Africa has announced the completion of two fibre routes
which will support the surging demand for high-speed Internet.
Liquid said, “increased access to high-speed fibre connectivity is critical to improving not just telecommunication services for millions of South Africans in the country, it will also bring substantial social and economic benefits to businesses and governments as the focus on the Fourth Industrial revolution increases.”
Liquid South Africa CEO Deon Geyser stated this was a milestone in the company’s ongoing investment into the South African economy.
“Liquid has been instrumental in the fruition of routes 1 through to 8, providing a digital backbone that connects metropolitan cities like Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban to more remote areas like Nelspruit, Bloemfontein, Lady Smith, Mthatha,” Geyser said.
Recently the tech company has been striding as Liquid regained control of its Bostwana subsidiary and followed that up by an 82km fibre link connecting the capital Gaborone with the Lobatse Border.