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GITGE Equatorial Guinea

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GITGE (Gestor de Infraestruturas de Guinea Ecuatorial / Infraestructure Telecommunication's Manager in Equatorial Guinea).
 
The Ministry of Transport, Technology, post and telecommunications has created GITGE to manage the public telecommunications infrastructures developed by the Government of the country. Such management infrastructure has been identified as those that form the National Fiber Optic Network, including in this network the submarine cable Ceiba-1 and 2 that connects the cities of Malabo, Bata and Kribi, the submarine cable ACE that unite Equatorial Guinea with Europe,  the terrestrial fiber optic network of public ownership as well as other future networks that the Government decides to develop. The infrastructures managed by GITGE allows us to offer services to national telecommunications operators & government entities.
 
GITGE Equatorial Guinea was created in 2011 to manage and operate Equatorial Guinea’s new and rapidly expanding telecommunications infrastructure. The company sells capacity through the SAIL CABLE and to Internet service providers in Equatorial Guinea, granting access to all services under their network: CDN/ Content, IX, Cross Connect, Co-location & IP Transit). As an infrastructure management company, GITGE aims to transform the region into a major center for information and telecommunication technology in Africa. The company owns one of the continents most advanced full-service technological infrastructure, both submarine and onshore cables strategically positioned in Central Africa. The submarine network is comprised of the ACE, NSCS, and Ceiba 2 cables, as well as capacity in the SAIL cable, an intercontinental submarine cable system between Kribi (Cameroon) and Fortaleza (Brazil). SAIL proposes new routes to the United States passing through Latin America and Africa.

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