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East Africa’s largest submarine cable lands in Mombasa

Christian Fernsby |
Data consumers in East Africa could see a significant reduction in their bills with the landing of East Africa’s largest submarine cable, Djibouti Africa Regional Express with the moniker DARE 1.

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The 4000 kilometers fibre optic cable which has landed in Nyali, Mombasa City is further expected to enhance high broadband connectivity in the region delivering 36 terabytes of data.

Dare 1 becomes the fifth undersea cable broadband infrastructure to link Kenya with the rest of the world after landing of SEACOM, Easts African Marine Cable System, Eastern African Submarine Cable System (EASsy) and Madagascar linked, Lion2.

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