The ACE cable connects more than 450 million people, either directly for coastal countries or through land links for landlocked countries such as Mali and Niger. ACE is also the first international submarine cable to land in Equatorial Guinea, Gambia, Guinea, Liberia, Mauritania, Sao Tomé and Principe and Sierra Leone.
A key role in the development of critical infrastructure in Africa.
High-performance connectivity offered by ACE cable system helps to develop and maximize Internet interconnection and traffic exchange opportunities.
It allows to expand broadband connectivity and to create business opportunities in booming digital services in Africa. By reducing communication costs and shrinking the digital divide, the ACE cable system is a lever for social development and sustainable economic growth in Africa.