MainOne on Wednesday hosted business concerns in Lagos to a Breakfast Forum aimed at showcasing its metro fiber connectivity solutions for increased, productivity and improved business profitability.
The session tagged “Powering business with Reliable connectivity: The MainOne Advantage”, was aimed at major Enterprises to showcase the superior metro connectivity services and network solutions engineered by MainOne.
Speaking at the forum, the Head, Enterprise Sales, Mr. Kelechukwu Nsofor, stated that “it is necessary to have premium broadband internet available to business concerns and this requires the capacity that MainOne brings to Nigeria, and West African enterprises”. He added that the Breakfast session is in line with MainOne’s commitment to assisting businesses in their stride for growth and profitability, expediting broadband penetration across Nigeria.
Speaking further, Kelechukwu stated that by connecting to MainOne’s new expanded metro fiber network, customers have access to improved business networking, efficiency, reliability and scalability across various business locations.
He also noted that MainOne will continuously expand its reach and bring innovative services to more customers, especially with the completion of its Tier 3 Data Centre, the largest commercial data center in West Africa, with 600-rack capacity expected to be commissioned in third quarter, 2014. The Data Centre sod-turning ceremony was done in October 2013.
MainOne has continued to break new grounds with its open access broadband connectivity since launch in July, 2010. The Company offers unmatched connectivity, managed, media and data center services, connecting Nigeria and West Africa with the rest of the world. It remains unrelenting in its effort to provide fast and efficient broadband connectivity to its customers across Oil & Gas, Financial Institutions, Enterprises, Education and Government, among others Africa to ensure that they tap into the benefits of the global market. The company recently launched metro fiber connectivity based on the extension of its terrestrial fiber network across major business districts in Lagos including Victoria island, Ikoyi, Lagos Island, Yaba, Ikeja, Surulere and Apapa.