Liquid Intelligent Technologies appoints Martin Mushambadope as the new CEO for South Sudan

SOUTH SUDAN – Pan African technology group Liquid Intelligent Technologies, has appointed Martin Mushambadope as the Chief Executive Officer for its operations in South Sudan. Martin brings over 20 years of experience, having worked for various industries such as telecommunications, health insurance, banking, and audit practice. In addition, he has vast International experience being exposed to working environments in Singapore, United Kingdom, Kenya, Ghana, and Zimbabwe. Adil El Youssefi, Regional CEO, Liquid Intelligent Technologies, East Africa said, “Martin is a seasoned, well-respected, experienced senior executive, and he is the right leader to…

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Liquid Technologies, Facebook team up to construct fiber corridor in DRC

DRC – Africa’s largest fibre company Liquid Intelligent Technologies and Facebook have announced a partnership to build an extensive 2,000 kilometres long haul and metro fibre network in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The two companies say there is a growing demand for regional connectivity across Central Africa and the partnership is expected to improve internet access for over 30 million people. According to the arrangement, Facebook will invest in the fibre build and support network planning and Liquid Technologies will own, build and operate the fibre network, and…

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Liquid Intelligent Technologies becomes the largest network provider in Africa after achieving 100,000 km of fiber

AFRICA – Liquid Intelligent Technologies, a digital solutions provider, has achieved the 100,000 kilometres fibre network milestone, positioning it as the largest independent fibre network provider in emerging markets globally. Liquid has been manoeuvring steadily through Africa, investing in increasing its reach, which it has successfully done, moving the dial from 89,989 km at the beginning of 2021 to reach this new milestone now.   With its additional fibre network connecting 14 countries, primarily in Sub-Saharan Africa, customers can now explore opportunities in Africa and across the US, Asian and…

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Liquid Telecom Kenya rebrands to Liquid Intelligent Technologies, establishes itself as the digital service partner of choice

KENYA – Liquid Intelligent Technologies Kenya, part of the Liquid Intelligent Technologies group, a pan-African technology company, has unveiled its new brand identity, reflecting the organisation’s extensive business transformation from being a telecommunications and digital services provider to a full one-stop-shop technology group for local businesses. Over the last two decades, Liquid has firmly established itself as the leading pan-African digital infrastructure provider. The rebrand to Liquid Intelligent Technologies highlights the organization’s expansion of its Cloud business, Cybersecurity services, and other technologies added to its existing telecoms and connectivity capability.…

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Liquid Intelligent Technologies completes 1,700km fiber lines in South Africa

SOUTH AFRICA – Liquid Intelligent Technologies South Africa, a subsidiary of Pan-African technology group Liquid Intelligent Technology, has announced the successful completion of two key digital corridors connecting Durban to Cape Town via the inland route. The company says the completion of this fibre network will support the surging demand for high-speed Internet, as an increasing number of local businesses continue their digital transformation journeys. It noted that increased access to high-speed fibre connectivity is critical to improving telecommunication services for millions of South Africans in the country and will also bring substantial social…

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Liquid Intelligent Technologies deploys fiber rollout in DRC

DRC – Liquid Intelligent Technologies has deployed its fibre network in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). According to the tech company, this expansion “connects millions of DRC citizens and thousands of businesses to the ‘One Africa’ broadband network” totalling more than 73,000kms across the continent. The company added that most major cities in the DRC, including Kinshasa, are now connected directly to economic hubs like London, San Francisco, and Singapore. “Our terrestrial fibre network connects Muanda, a town lying on the west Atlantic coast of the country, to cities…

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