Sudatel and Liquid Telecom join strengths to launch FTTH in Sudan

The partnership will increase the broadband capacity and speeds available to homes and businesses in Sudan, which are currently reliant on wireless networks to access the internet.
The partnership will deliver FTTH services to more businesses and consumers in Sudan, helping grow the country’s digital economy.
The partnership will deliver FTTH services to more businesses and consumers in Sudan, helping grow the country’s digital economy.

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Sudatel Telecom Group and Liquid Telecom, a subsidiary of Econet Global, have signed a MoU at the Mobile World Congress 2018 to build new FTTH networks across Sudan.

The MoU was signed by Eng. Tarig Hamza Zain Alabdeen, CEO of Sudatel Telecom Group, and Nic Rudnick, Liquid Telecom Group CEO, in the presence of Dr Abdul Rahman Dirar, Chairman of the Board of Directors at Sudatel Telecom Group and Sudan’s State Minister at the Ministry of Finance and National Economy, Dr. Tahani Abdullah, Sudan’s Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Sam Nkusi, East Africa Chairman of Liquid Telecom, and David Eurin, group chief strategy officer of Liquid Telecom.

The partnership will increase the broadband capacity and speeds available to homes and businesses in Sudan, which are currently reliant on wireless networks to access the internet. Leveraging Liquid Telecom’s extensive experience in deploying high-speed networks, Sudatel will build FTTH networks in Sudan designed to the highest network standards and using the latest technologies.

The new FTTH networks will deliver speeds initially up to 100Mbps. 

Strive Masiyiwa, founder and executive chairman of Econet, said: "This partnership between Sudatel and Liquid Telecom paves the way to further expand the penetration of broadband services across Africa, transforming the way people live, learn and work.”

Tarig Hamza Zain El Abdein, CEO of Sudatel Telecom Group, said: “Our partnership with Liquid Telecom will enable us to provide a high-quality FTTH network which will help uplift people’s lives through our region’s economic development. We have a well-framed vision and mission and will continue to work hard to ensure that we maintain our position as one of the most reliable ICT providers in North Africa.”

Nic Rudnick, group CEO of Liquid Telecom, said: “Liquid Telecom has a proven track record of bringing world-class fibre networks to previously underserved regions of Africa.

“We are delighted to support Sudatel with its efforts to deliver leading FTTH services to more businesses and consumers in Sudan, which will help grow the country’s digital economy.”

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