500 Global Companies Demanding More Service from Telcos- Study
A recent survey by global analyst firm Ovum of more than 500 multinational corporations (MNCs) has found that ICT services buyers want much more from their global telecoms service providers when it comes to network performance and customer support. David Molony, principal analyst at Ovum, suggests that the “big six” telcos with dedicated global enterprise…
Cameroonian Firm, GIMAC Visits CWG Facility
MR. Valentin Mbozo’o, managing director of Cameroon’s interbank agency, “Groupement Interbancaire Monétique de l’Afrique Centrale (GIMAC), led a delegation of the agency on a working visit to the corporate head office of Computer Warehouse Group Plc (CWG) in Lagos, recently. The objective of the team was to be appraised of CWG’s cloud offerings and identify…
Glo Unveils Multiple New Offer
Telecom subscribers on the Glo network are in for exciting times as the total ICT solutions provider has unveiled three exciting offers meant to enrich their communication experience.
NBC to License Free View TV Channels
NATIONAL Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has commenced the process of issuing licences for the provision of free view digital television content to be transmitted to Nigerian households.
Nigerian Firms Jostle $32Bn Data Centre Market
Nigeria is now well placed to play in the cloud IT infrastructure market, thanks to the avalanche data centre operators jostling for shares of the juicy market estimated to accelerate by 21% in 2015 A data centre is a dedicated space where companies can keep and operate most of the ICT infrastructure that supports their…
Cautious Optimism over NATCOM Ability to Revive Nitel
STAKEHOLDERS in the country’s telecommunications space were not completely optimistic about the ability of NATCOM the new owners of Nigerian Telecommunications Limited (NITEL) and its subsidiary Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTEL) to resuscitate the beleaguered national carrier.
Oracle, CWG, Others Reveal Ways to End IT Skill Shortages
PANELISTS at Oracle Corporation roundtable in Lagos said, unanimously, that although technology is first-rate resource and available in Nigeria, but will become useless without adequate skill sets to harness the potentials.
Vodacom Business Connects to Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria
VODACOM Business Nigeria has connected its global network to the Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN). The IXPN provides a platform that allows several Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and network operators in Nigeria to exchange traffic between their networks by means of peering agreements based on transparency and confidentiality.