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Airtel raises $1.3 b from Africa tower sales

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Orange connects Benin to the ACE submarine cable

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Capacity boosting tech set for July launch

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Nokia Networks offers glimpse of tech that can boost network capacity by 10%

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MEA IT Infrastructure spending to reach $3.4b in 2015

CIOs to continue to focus on digital transformation with an eye on cost optimisation

STC hires Ericsson for IP network expansion

Sealing the deal: Abdullah Alzmame, network VP at STC and Ali Eid, president, Ericsson Saudi Arabia.

Telco to implement Ericsson’s Evolved IP Network solution

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