South south stakeholders seek partnership on broadband, digital economy
Experts have called on tech founders in the Southern region to see the 11 states as their primary market as they represent over 60 million people.
Stakeholders urge terrestrial fiber infrastructure investment in Africa
Experts at the ‘Africa Panel Session’ of the 2019 International Telecoms Week (ITW), held recently in Atlanta, USA, have stressed...
MainOne supports UniBen’s ICT programme
MainOne, West Africa’s leading connectivity and data centre solutions provider, on the heels of the expansion of its network into Edo State...
MainOne pledges N25bn to digitisation of Lagos
MainOne has launched its “Digital Lagos: Broadband for All” campaign initiative to enable the digital transformation...
‘Non-passage of CNI bill may hinder 70% broadband penetration target’
As operators look to achieving 70 per cent broadband penetration in another five years, failure of the National Assembly (NASS), to pass the Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) Bill, might become a major hindrance. Having crossed the 30 per cent target set for 2018, as enshrined in the National Broadband Plan 2013 to 2018, operators…
MainOne Pledges N25b to digitisation of Lagos
MainOne has launched its “Digital Lagos: Broadband for All” campaign initiative to enable the digital transformation of Lagos...
‘States should support fibre expansion’
Yes: we established a partnership with Facebook in 2018, to build and operate metro fibre infrastructure in Edo and Ogun states, two states with fast growing economies in Nigeria.
MainOne, Facebook take 750km terrestrial fibre to Edo, Ogun
Submarine cable system operator, MainOne, has announced a metro fiber infrastructure project in two states of Nigeria, with support from Facebook.