In just six years, Paratus Mozambique has become a leading telecommunications and connectivity solutions provider in that country.  At a celebration that was held for Paratus Mozambique’s customers and stakeholders at the Sky Bar at the Melia Maputo Sky in Maputo, Paratus Group leaders joined with Country Manager, Rui Costa to mark the occasion, count the achievements and plot the company’s continued growth and expansion.

At the event, Rui Costa said: “We have been connecting businesses and offering dynamic services to our customers here in Mozambique for six years.  We have expanded and now have offices in Maputo, Nampula, Beira and Pemba and we have established secure, fast and redundant cross-border links with the rest of the world from Mozambique.  This is just the beginning.”

Paratus Group Chief Technical Officer, Rolf Mendelsohn gave an overview of the Group’s current plans: “We are now introducing Starlink low earth orbit (LEO) satellite services and the first country in which we will roll out these services is Mozambique.  We are constantly evolving our infrastructure and our range of services so that our customers are served with the highest quality digital solutions available in Africa.  Our fifth data center is currently under construction in Angola, for example, and this will be the largest DC in that country.”

Group CEO of Paratus, Schalk Erasmus added: “At a time when we celebrate 20 years in Africa, the milestones achieved in Mozambique after six years of operations, are significant.  Together with our customers and our partners, we are excited about the future because Mozambique has the connectivity and services it needs to flourish as an economic force.  Our plans to transform Africa through exceptional infrastructure and service are well underway.”

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