SEACOM

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SEACOM launched Africa’s first broadband submarine cable system along the continent’s Eastern and Southern coasts in 2009. Today SEACOM is the preferred partner for African businesses, network carriers, and service providers. Through its ownership of Africa’s most extensive ICT data infrastructure – including multiple subsea cables and a resilient, continent-wide IP-MPLS network – SEACOM provides a full suite of flexible, scalable and high-quality communications and cloud solutions that enable the growth of the continent’s economy. SEACOM is privately owned and operated, allowing the company the agility to rapidly tailor-make and deploy new services, commercial models, and infrastructure in response to customer requirements. Without the red tape or hidden costs often prevalent in this industry.

SEACOM is a medium member of ISPA.

SEACOM has indicated that they register domain names in the names of their clients.

Services Provided

Internet access services
Leased line access (dedicated 64k+)
DSL access
Wireless access
Dial-up or ISDN access
Hosting services
Web site hosting (site hosted on ISP's server)
Server hosting (hosting of client's server on ISP's network)
Managed server hosting (client has access to an ISP managed server)
Miscellaneous services
VoIP services
Domain name services
Virtual private network (VPN) services
Network management
Hardware provision
Routers (rental)
Routers (sales)
Servers (rental)
Servers (sales)
Wireless equipment
PCs and other consumer electronics
Security services
Software firewalls
Hardware firewalls
Security audits
Other services
Cabling
Metro Ethernet
ICT Project Management
DR and backup
Co-location hosting space
Dedicated fibre
LAN and WAN design

Contact Info

Website: www.seacom.com


Support email: salesleads@seacom.com


Abuse email: abuse@macrolan.co.za


Customer support: +27 11 461 6355


Alternate number: +27 11 038 7000


Fax: n/a


Joined: 2003-09-01


Licenses Held: No: 0032/IECNS/JAN/09
No: 0032/IECS/JAN/09



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