Wednesday, 29th March 2023
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24 Jan
Barring any last-minute change, Mafab Communications may have kept to its promise of January roll out of the Fifth Generation (5G) network service in Nigeria as the firm would by the end of this week, unveil its network logo in Lagos.
24 Nov
Stakeholders that attended this year’s Nigerian Peering and Interconnection Forum (ngPIF) have highlighted some insights and practical knowledge, which they believe will advance the economics of network interconnectivity in Nigeria.
19 Oct
The Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN) and the Nigerian Network Operators Group (NgNOG) will host the 2022 Nigeria Peering and Interconnection Forum (NgPIF).
15 Jun 2022
As part of efforts to sensitise about the importance of localising traffic and growing the Internet ecosystem in Nigeria, the Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria
3 Nov 2021
The Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN) is working to ensure the Internet ecosystem is greatly improved to benefit the populace.
23 Jun 2021
The Central Bank of Nigeria, Huawei Clouds, and five other organisations have joined the Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN) to host their traffic.
4 Jun 2021
With as much as $220 million investments in about 11 data centre operations in Nigeria, utilisation of this huge infrastructure is still below 30 per cent in the country.
1 Jul 2020
With the aid of the Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN), Nigeria is said to have saved about $40 million (N15.2 billion) in the localisation of Internet traffic, which would have gone abroad.
3 Jan 2020
Nigeria has achieved a great deal in availability of bandwidth to enhance access to the internet through the landing of not less than five undersea cable infrastructure at her shores, more so, telecommunications operators...
6 Nov 2019
In efforts to improve performance, services and scalability that are critical to today’s evolving Information and Communication Technology industry, the Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN), has acquired switches capable of 25GE and 40GE ports for its entire network in Lagos.
1 Nov 2019
Stakeholders in the telecommunications sector have listed ways that can bridge Internet access gaps in Nigeria, and how the service can be more affordable. The Guardian checks showed that between 2000 and 2019, Internet penetration grew to 61.6 per cent in Nigeria, a country estimated to house about 200 million people. The Nigerian Communications Commission…
3 Apr 2019
In two years’ time, precisely by 2021, Nigeria hoped to have localised its Internet traffic by as much as 60 per cent, after hitting 40 per cent by end of last year.


2 hours ago
The president-elect, Bola Tinubu, has pledged to fulfill the promises he made to Nigerians during the presidential election in February 2023. Tinubu in a statement said that his campaign promises were not mere words but pledges he is committed to. He thanked the citizens for voting for him by giving him the honour of a…
2 hours ago
The 73-year-old grandmother, Iforiti Oloro, who allegedly did the unthinkable in Ondo State by setting her son, Victor, her daughter-in-law, Rachael, and her two grandchildren ablaze eight days ago, is dead. The septuagenarian was said to have given up the ghost while receiving treatment at the Federal Medical Center (FMC), Owo. About a week ago,…
2 hours ago
The Lagos State Government has said that the will of the people prevailed in the last gubernatorial polls in the state, adding that the opposition parties are bad losers. The Deputy Governor, Dr. Obafemi Hamzat stated this while fielding questions from journalists on Channels Television programme Sunrise Daily. Hamzat said that out of the 13,345…
2 hours ago
The Labour Party (LP) has reviewed downwards the cost of its nomination and expression of interest forms for governorship elections in Imo, Bayelsa and Kogi States from N25 million to 15 million. The party said it became expedient and instructive for it to do so, in order to lead by example adding that its Presidential…
3 hours ago
Nigerians have reacted to the $1.8 billion earmarked by the National Population Commission (NPC) for this year’s 2023 population and housing census, holding from May 3. NPC Chairman, Nasir Isa Kwarra, had said the need to provide the nation with accurate and reliable demographic data for policy formulation and planning for sustainable development could not…