As part of efforts to bridge the digital divide within West Africa, French telecoms firm, Orange and West African Connectivity and Data Centre services provider, MainOne, have struck a partnership that will see the French telecoms’ giant co-invest in two new cable landing stations in Senegal and Cote d’Ivoire.
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The economic recession in the last two years have slowed us down, the plan was put in place in 2013, to achieve certain benchmarks by 2018 and many others by 2020. The general consensus across the industry now is, we have a lot to do as a country to achieve those set targets for 2018.
MainOne, a telecom company said it planned to become largest internet hub in West Africa with Open-Connect Service.Mrs Funke Opeke, the Chief Executive Officer of MainOne made the disclosure in a statement issued on Monday in its website in Abuja.
In furtherance of its commitment to boost Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in Nigeria, West Africa’s leading connectivity and data center solutions provider, MainOne has pledged its moved to execute a date center project in Sagamu, Ogun State.