MainOne, West Africa’s leading provider of wholesale and enterprise connectivity and data centre, said it had invested a total of $400 million in infrastructure in West Africa as part of its efforts to bridge the digital divide and enable digital economy. The company disclosed this as it celebrates 10 years of operation in the sub-region.
The investments, the company said, had been on submarine cables, terrestrial fiber networks, and Points of Presence (POPs) across the region. “Within this period, we have delivered services to 10 West African countries and has built Tier III data centers in Nigeria, Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire hosting the largest institutions and global content in the region, with on-going expansions of its data center footprint in Nigeria and Ghana,” MainOne said in a statement…
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