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Rack Centre welcomes new ISP


AFR-IX, a global Internet Service Provider (ISP) with service coverage in over 50 countries in Africa, has established its major Point of Presence (POP) in Rack Centre, West Africa’s carrier-neutral Tier III data centre.
Founder and Chief Executive of AFR-IX, Norman Albi, offers international high quality and personalised Internet and data services to corporates and telecommunications in the African continent and the extensive pan-African Network covered with terrestrial and submarine cables makes AFR-IX one of the leading telecom operating service providers in Africa and the most reliable and largest metro-Ethernet network with Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS).

Albi commented on Nigeria as a strategic location for AFR-IX, saying: “We needed a top-notch carrier-neutral data centre facility for our services and connectivity solutions. Rack Centre satisfied our requirements for providing world-class Tier III certified data centre and data centre interconnection to our clients, especially in the West Africa sub-region.”
Managing Director of Rack Centre, Dr. Ayotunde Coker, said it was a “delight welcoming AFR-IX to the array of local and global clients hosting in Rack Centre carrier-neutral data centre. We will do our utmost as we do with all our clients to deliver outstanding services for AFR-IX to serve its customers in Africa and beyond.
“Since inception in 2013 Rack Centre has maintained a 100 per cent uptime and offers its customers, open access and uncapped interconnect capacities. Its non-affiliation with any telecommunications carrier or Internet Service Providers unlocks access to multiple connectivity providers- over 40 carriers, ISPs and content distribution networks to choose from.”


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