Our Network

Technological infrastructures

GITGE owns one of the continents most advanced full-service technological infrastructure, both submarine and onshore cables strategically positioned in Central Africa. The submarine network is comprised of the ACE, NSCS, and Ceiba 2 cables, as well as capacity in the SAIL cable, an intercontinental submarine cable system between Kribi (Cameroon) and Fortaleza (Brazil). SAIL proposes new routes to the United States passing through Latin America and Africa. Under the stewardship of Mr. Oscar Ondo, GITGE Equatorial Guinea is leading an African Digital Revolution. The organization is ready to provide international connectivity and become an entry point in Africa for multinational companies wishing to invest in technology.

Our Services

GITGE trades, operates and maintains the telecommunication infrastructures of Equatorial Guinea, supplying it with an unmatched level of excellence, as required by the dynamic business environment that makes technology a support factor for production nowadays. The company's commercial strategies are linked to social and economic values. Our operations are carried in a sustainable way in the economic, ethical, social and environmental fields.

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Capacity transport

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Dedicated internet connection

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Co-location services

Our Cables

Equatorial Guinea

It is responsible for managing and distributing the country's fiber optic connection.



It is a submarine fiber optic cable system that begins in France

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It is aimed at improving the quality of communications between Malabo and Bata.

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Allows the ACE submarine cable to be interconnected with Cameroon.

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Ultramar GE

This cable links the island of Annobón with the rest of the country.

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Mandji fiber optic cable extends between Corisco Island and Cabo San Juan

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The South Atlantic Inter Link (SAIL) consortium (SAIL) between the continents of South America and Africa.

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It connects a total of 19 cities, 3 on the Island of Bioko, and the rest (16) in the Continental Region.

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