Welcome to CSquared Serving mobile operators and ISPs in Ghana, Uganda and Liberia,
with the best high speed, reliable optical fibre network

A better way to connect

CSquared builds metro fiber and Wi-Fi networks to help local providers connect more people to the Internet and each other.

Faster, more reliable access

Of the over 7 billion people in the world, fewer than half are connected to the Internet. And for many who are online, inadequate or nonexistent infrastructure offers slow and unreliable connections.

A map showing the location of Kampala
Broadband access to the Internet is still unavailable in many places in Africa. We are working to change that with CSquared.

CSquared was launched to bring faster, more reliable Internet to the people and places that need it. We first built a metro fibre network in the city of Kampala, Uganda, a dense urban center that was limited to pre-broadband speeds. To date, we have built over 800 km of metropolitan fibre in Greater Kampala, along with several WiFi installations to offer wholesale last-mile Wi-Fi access. All in all, Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) can now leverage our infrastructure to deliver broadband services to mobile users on-the-go, businesses, and residential consumers.

On the back of the success we saw in Uganda, within two years of launching the network in Kampala, we expanded CSquared to Ghana, where we have built and operate nearly 1,000 kilometers of fibre in 3 metros: Accra, Tema and Kumasi.

Continuing with our expansion plans, we partnered with the Government of Liberia and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to build approximately 200 kilometers of metro fibre in Monrovia, beginning in January 2018. Our infrastructure in Liberia will enable the Government of Liberia to increase connectivity to agencies and ministries, and achieve their digital transformation goals, with improved delivery of services across key sectors; e.g., government services, education, health, etc.

We leverage our infrastructure to deliver better access to users. In 2018, we launched our Fibre To The Home (FTTH) product in Kampala, to enable service providers to deliver more reliable internet services to home users. We continue to explore opportunities for expanding CSquared Home Fibre to future markets, as well as, increasing the fibre footprint in Africa.

A map showing the location of Kampala
Broadband access to the Internet is still unavailable in many places in Africa. We are working to change that with CSquared.

A lightspeed network

CSquared enables ISPs and MNOs to provide high-quality broadband at lower costs through shared infrastructure such as metro fiber and Wi-Fi networks. Our shared infrastructure model means we work alongside our customers, building networks they can leverage to provide better services to end users.

A fiber optic grid map of Kampala
Fiber footprint in Greater Kampala metro, Uganda

We have seen how connecting metros in Uganda, Ghana, and Liberia to existing long-distance fibre lines has helped to provide these cities with a foundation for growth and help more people get online. We are excited to see similar growth in the rest of Africa.

A fiber optic grid map of Accra
Fiber footprint in Greater Accra metro, Ghana

The people of Kampala

See what the students, doctors and musicians of Kampala have to say about what’s possible with reliable Internet.

The potential

CSquared is about unleashing what is possible when cities are better connected. Networks with greatly expanded capacity support service providers in building a stronger web in Africa and around the world.

If you are interested in partnering with CSquared in your country, send us an email at info@csquared.com

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