Angola Cables recently issued the following announcement.
Angola Cables , a telecommunications multinational operating in Brazil, has issued guidelines to ensure the continuity of international connectivity services provided on several continents, including South America, without interruption. And adopted preventive measures with its staff to reduce the risk of contracting the new coronavirus (Covid-19).
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According to the statement, the company remains committed to the mission of minimizing any impacts and supporting the demand for worldwide connections between Brazil, North America, Africa, Europe and Asia, linking the world's largest clouds to remote work applications, OTTs, game companies, etc.
“We have implemented a business continuity plan, with measures designed to address the capacity and quality needs of national and international networks, thus ensuring a prompt response from our Network Operations Center (NOC) and our AngoNAP Data Centers where, in addition to security measures and health conditions for employees and visitors, we are providing remote and continuous assistance to our customers, 24 hours a day ”, guarantees Antonio Nunes, CEO of Angola Cables.
Also according to the note, Angola Cables also structured emergency methods of relationship with its customers, such as offering daily service to its engineering teams, so that together, they can perform data traffic analysis and check technical solutions that can respond, in the best way. way, at that moment when the networks of all operators are in “over demand”. According to the press office of Angola Cables, they also made themselves available to customers through webinars and video conferences.
“We are experiencing an unprecedented challenge in our history caused by the coronavirus pandemic. As a responsible company that operates globally, Angola Cables has taken extensive measures to ensure the well-being of its employees, business partners and customers. As with many other companies around the world - and at the recommendation of the authorities - the vast majority of our employees are working remotely; however, at the speed that a company needs to have in a world of digital economy. These are difficult times, but we will overcome this together. We will be safe and connected ”, declares Antonio Nunes, CEO of Angola Cables.
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