Angola Cables has announced the appointment of Sudhir Juggernath as CEO of TelCables South Africa.
Sudhir will be responsible for the development and expansion of TelCables operations within the Southern and East African regions.
Sudhir has held senior strategic positions within the Southern African Telecommunications and Enterprise market and beyond, within businesses, focusing on growth and strategic business development. He has 20 years of global telecoms and technology experience, stretching across Wholesale Carrier Connectivity, Big Data Analytics, IoT, Digital Transformation, Unified Communications and Contact Centre and Managed Services at Siemens, ATIO, Neotel / Liquid, BT Global Services, Dimension Data and Orange.
CEO of Angola Cables, Angélo Gama said that Sudhir’s role will be vital in positioning TelCables as an integrated ICT solutions provider to businesses and customers in Southern Africa.
“TelCables South Africa is a local business with a global presence and Sudhir has both the vision and insights into the changing carrier and enterprise environment. He also understands the needs and requirements of our customers and business partners in the region and is well-placed to drive the business forward.”
Telcables South Africa is powered by the Angola Cables international network which has been ranked as the most interconnected operator in Africa offering a range of secure connectivity and ICT solutions.
Through its integrated IP networks and data centres, it provides extensive, low-latency, direct access connectivity to the largest IXPs, Tier 1 operators and global content providers. Through its owned, high-capacity SACS, Monet, WACS and third-party submarine cable networks, the company directly connects to more than 20 Points of Presence and Internet Exchange Points in the Americas, Africa, Europe and Asia.
Angola Cables also operates two data centres, AngoNAP Fortaleza Tier III (Brazil) and the data centre, AngoNAP Luanda (Angola), and manages PIX in Brazil and Angonix Angola – one of the largest Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) in Africa.