The African connectivity and cloud computing market is generating a lot of interest and deals as players position themselves for the boom in data services on the continent.
Parallel Wireless, an eight-year-old startup, has developed a new way to help African telecom companies reduce the cost of developing broadband infrastructure.
Tomato Jos, a Nigerian agric company, has closed a Series A round of €3.9 million. The funding will be deployed into the processing and distribution of tomato products, the company has said.
The growth in data traffic is having a positive impact on Airtel Africa’s finances, the company wrote in its latest financial report.
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