Angola Cables is now TelCables Brasil
March 14, 2023
Angola Cables, a multinational provider of network services and digital solutions, will have a new brand for Brazil. Starting this month, the company will become TelCables Brasil by Angola Cables and will aim to increase and strengthen its local presence, with full global support from the parent brand. The repositioning of the brand and the official launch took place at Capacity Latam, one of the most important telecom events in the world, held in São Paulo.
“Angola Cables is a brand with global operations, which has been present in Brazil since 2016. Now, we are entering a new phase, in which we want to demonstrate the proximity and knowledge we have acquired, serving businesses in more regions, delivering solutions to the market local that can scale to providers and regions for the Global market. We will be Brazilians in Brazil”, says Ângelo Gama, CEO of the company. “For this, we are going to make the global connections that we have even more robust, in order to be expressed in the diversification of products and services customized to the needs of each region of the country. The new TelCables Brasil, has a team 100% focused on the growth of Brazil and LATAM, being able to send more businesses, services and products to the market, compared to those offered at the origins of the company”, he adds.
To achieve this goal, TelCables now has an entire local management structure, in addition to also seeking business and partnership opportunities in the country. In January, Cláudio Florindo took over as general director of the company in Brazil, with the mission of consolidating this new phase of the company.
The Angola Cables brand has gained local and global credibility, today appearing as the most interconnected operator and integrator on the African continent and one of the largest in the world, offering its own network of high-capacity, low-latency submarine cables, data centers, cloud and ICT services, as well as more than 30 Points of Presence and Internet Traffic Exchanges in the Americas, Africa, Europe and Asia. explains Florindo.