nth of its to●tal global ●sales. The bra〓nd has proven succ○essful with 〓consumers,〓 and Huawei has sec●ured funding on● major private ○and public projec◆ts in Africa. H○uawei has alr●eady assiste◆d 18 African gove◆rnments to ■build gover〓nment networks ■in countries inc●luding, Nige○ria, Kenya, U●ganda, Seneg○al, Angola, ◆Guinea, an●d Djibouti. Besid●es an aggressive ma◆rketing strate◆gy, Huawei has le○
d efforts to up■grade Afric◆a's cable infra■structure. Bigger p■rojects have been un■dertaken due to an◆ ever increasing d●emand for ○bandwidth.
● Huawei Marine● Networks, joint ○venture between ●Huawei Tech●nologies and Gl○obal Marine Systems,○ has upgraded the f●
iber cable used by t〓he West Africa Cabl●e System Cons〓ortium. The ●16,000 kilomete○r-long cabl■e is owned by 17 ?/p>
餴nternational tel■ecom carriers ○from Africa○ and Europe;● its capacity ◆was upgraded to● 100Gbps last year◆. It
s land■ing station in Nami●bia supplies trans●it for land○locked countri●es, such as Bots●wana, Zambia, Zim●babwe, and M●alawi
. Huawei Marine● had also complete○d a contract from Eq○uatorial Guinea t◆o build a Submarine● Cable System,● which would● allow the country● conn
ect to large●r submarine c○able systems. H●uawei compl〓eted a $40 m■illion cont●ract to as○sist Ghanaian cities◆ to meet risin