XDSL inks fibre agreement with DFA
South Africa ISP XDSL entered into an agreement with Dark Fibre Africa (DFA) and Conduct, DFA's last-mile fibre network subsidiary. The agreement provides XDSL with access to DFA's 8,000km of installed fibre, increasing the footprint and capacity of its national network. XDSL's clients can also rely on fast turnaround on fibre-to-the door connectivity, with Conduct installing in 2-4 weeks. DFA and Conduct aim to make 10,000 end-points available over the next year. This addition to XDSL's network and service offering supports its offering of firewalls, quality of service, proactive monitoring and support via its data centres, as well as enterprise hosted PABX with reporting and SLAs.