At the end of December 2018, a number of telecom operators met in Dubai to sign the African Construction and Maintenance Agreement (CMA) for the Undersea Cable System (Africa-1), which aims to connect Africa with the Middle East ，Southeast Asia and Europe.
According to reports, the new system will adopt 100G technology and will be equipped to accommodate terabit capacity.hot application filling gel
The system will have at least one three fiber-to-core core that extends over 20,000 kilometers and is expected to land in aviation neutral PoPs in Marseille (France), Mombasa (Kenya) and Durban (South Africa) and plans to land in Egypt via Sudan Port (Sudan), Jeddah (Saudi Arabia), Djibouti (Djibouti), Mogadishu (Somalia), Mombasa (Kenya), Mayotte, Mahajanga (Madagascar), Fujairah ( United Arab Emirates) and Karachi, Pakistan. hot application filling gel
According to the plan, the Africa-1 will be ready for production in 2021. hot application filling gel