South Africa: T3 Submarine Cable Lands In Amanzimtoti, South Africa

On 19 June 2023, Liquid Intelligent Technologies (LIT) announced that it had successfully installed the Mauritius Telecom T3 subsea cable connecting Mauritius to South Africa at its landing facility in Amanzimtoti, south of Durban. The 3,200-km T3 cable consists of four fibre pairs, with a design capacity of 13.5 Tbps per fibre pair and 54 Tbps for the whole system. During March, Mauritius Telecom announced that it had started the deployment of its troisième cable (T3), running from Baie Jacotet in Mauritius to South Africa (see Mauritius: Mauritius Telecom Starts Deployment Of T3 Cable To South Africa). The international Internet bandwidth of Mauritius reached 235.682 Gbps by December 2022, a 12% increase compared to 211.312 Gbps in December 2021, according to the Information and Communication Technology Authority of Mauritius (ICTA, see Mauritius: International Bandwidth of Mauritius Reaches 236 Gbps, December 2022).

Source: Liquid Intelligent Technologies (LIT)

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