It's no secret that Internet Solutions has enabled some of the fastest speeds in South Africa. Net Index shows that out of the major ADSL providers in SA, Internet Solutions has the highest speeds.
Low latencies enable the best gaming or VoIP experience. This means the best and fastest speeds whether you're a home or business user, gamer or musician, bookworm or social media addict.
When it comes to your internet you want it to be fully redundant. You want the safe choice, the one you can trust. That means multiple upstream connections, multiple Points of Presence, failovers and backups.
We've partnered with the best when it comes to network infrastructure, reliability and uptime. IS is a wholly owned subsidiary of Dimension Data, recently positioned as a leader in Gartner's COPS Magic Quadrant. It's our pledge to you to offer the best internet experience possible.
We're just getting started. While we don't want to give away too much right now, we're looking at WiFi hotspot offerings, 3G and LTE, high-cap products, VDSL (which is superfast internet), lower pricing and various other initiatives.
The Durban IPC is planned to start this year, which means we’ll have Points of Presence in three major cities of South Africa.
Linking SA with the UK, the WACS cable was launched in May 2012. It is the largest cable in terms of capacity and runs at 5.12 Tbps.
The physical length of the cable is enough to go around the earth three times.
One of the "founding cables", SAT-3 has progressed from the original SAT-1 which was constructed in the 1960s.
The initial launch was a result of a historic achievement made possible by the participation of 36 different countries. The majority of the landings are in Africa.
Running along the south and east coast of Africa, EASSy enables many East African countries to connect to the internet.
It is the only system with built-in end-to-end resilience, providing seamless international connectivity. EASSy runs at 4.72 Tbps.
Completed in mid-2009, SEACOM has aided in bringing down the price of international data.
Owned predominantly by African investors, SEACOM represents a $650 million investment in the continual growth of the internet.
Our IPC in the Mother City keeps latencies low and speeds high for all our local users. It's about being redundant and safe.
Planned for 2013, the Durban IPC will complete a full ring around South Africa. It’s just one of our many future plans.
A hub of connectivity, with multiple links, our JHB IPC serves the greater highland areas. This enables the highest speeds in Southern Africa.