The East African Submarine Cable System (EASSy) has increased the capacity on its planned undersea cable to 1.4 Tbits/sec in response to growing demand for broadband internet connectivity in the east African region. Originally the cable was due to have a capacity of 320Gbits/sec, although this figure was subsequently doubled to 640Gbits/sec.

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