SEACOM launched Africa’s first broadband submarine
cable system along the continent’s Eastern and Southern coasts in 2009.
Today SEACOM is the preferred partner for African
businesses, network carriers, and service providers...
Doing more with less. Working in an agile way. These phrases are typically mentioned ...
August 20, 2019
Pan-African telecoms enabler SEACOM has further extend its corporate market...
Jun 11, 2019
Pan-African Internet and connectivity service provider SEACOM is adding eight new Points of Presence (PoPs) across ...
May 28, 2019
An overview of SEACOM's evolution. Starting with the connection of Africa to Asia and Europe by laying the first broadband submarine cable system along Africa's eastern and southern coastlines.
SEACOM goes live in South Africa, Mozambique, Tanzania, Kenya and Djibouti connecting Africa to Asia and Europe
IP services launched
SEACOM establishes PoP in Teraco Isando
Mtunzini to Johannesburg link goes live
SEACOM’s WACS capacity goes live providing a redundant ring around Africa
Completion of dual route across Egypt
SEACOM upgrades submarine network capacity to turbo-boost African Internet
SEACOM establishes PoP in Teraco Cape Town
SEACOM gives 100mbps internet access to four innovation hubs in Nairobi
Johannesburg to Cape Town link goes live
SEACOM launches PoP in Uganda
SEACOM Business is launched in South Africa
SEACOM supports two innovation hubs in Uganda
SEACOM adds peering points in Europe and Africa to boost customers’ Internet experience
SEACOM launches PoP in Rwanda
SEACOM Business is launched in Kenya
SEACOM launches PoP in Botswana
SEACOM rolls out own fibre in south of Johannesburg
SEACOM acquires MacroLan to extend fibre reach in Western Cape
SEACOM lights up the N3 in South Africa and Subsea Cable System upgraded to 1.5Tbps
SEACOM acquires SAI to expand its KwaZulu-Natal presence
SEACOM acquires FibreCo, completing the “African Ring” with 3,500km of trans-SA fibre
SEACOM provides first 100G international service to a customer between South Africa and Europe
SEACOM Business is launched in Uganda
Introducing our executive team who are experts in their fields. Meet them all here.
Chief Executive Officer
As CEO at SEACOM, Byron J. Clatterbuck is responsible for driving revenue growth from SEACOM's African and global service provider customers and key partners.
Richard John Schumacher
Chief Financial Officer
As CFO at SEACOM, Richard Schumacher oversees SEACOM's full financial performance. He was promoted to this role in July 2016, having originally joined SEACOM in November 2015 as the Chief Commercial Officer.
Chief Human Resources and Administration Officer
Jackie Demetriou joined SEACOM in 2010 to develop and drive the implementation of the human resources strategy across the group in support of the business strategy. Her main focus is on developing and implementing best-in-class human resources practices to optimise people performance across the business.
Chief Technical Officer
As SEACOM's Chief Technology Officer, Claes Segelberg oversees the roll-out of SEACOM's infrastructure, manages its subcontractors and helps to drive its technology vision. Segelberg has worked for major telecommunications operators and consulting firms across Africa, Middle East, Asia Pacific and Europe in a career spanning nearly 30 years.
Chief Commercial Officer at SEACOM
As Chief Commercial Officer at SEACOM, Steve Briggs oversees sales performance, helps to optimise the product portfolio and drives superior customer experiences across the company's commercial portfolio.
GM: Service Provider
Nicole has more than 20 years of experience in the African and international wholesale industry. She has been a member of the SEACOM family since 2011 and was appointed as GM Service Provider in January 2018. Drawing on her years of industry experience, Nicole develops and drives both strategic and tactical plans SEACOM's Service Provider business, while also focusing on the responsibilities of increasing sales revenue, profitability and performance with her team.
Chief Strategy Officer
Suveer Ramdhani is SEACOM's Chief Strategy Officer. His responsibilities include developing new markets for the company's wholesale telecom offerings, identifying new growth projects and commercial opportunities, overseeing strategic planning, and supporting the merger and acquisition strategy.
In an effort to bridge the knowledge gap between academia and industry...
SEACOM donated gift bags to the children of Kingsway School in Johannesburg.