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Liquid Telecom has announced the availability of Microsoft Azure across its pan-African network which spans 70,000 km and stretches via a direct terrestrial high speed fibre link across the continent. With the availability of Microsoft’s Azure regions in South Africa and using local Microsoft Azure Stack deployments in Liquid Telecom’s African data centres connected via Microsoft ExpressRoute, customers will be able to access a hybrid cloud service on the African continent.

The offering will provide Microsoft Azure Stack hybrid cloud in five countries in Africa.

 



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