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
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.
12 May 2021
The gathering will be at the instance of the Nigeria Information Technology Reporters Association (NITRA). The event has received backing from the nation’s information technology regulator, the National Information Technology Development Agency
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.
1 May 2020
The COVID-19 lockdown is making telecoms operators laugh all the way to the bank as consumers including religious organisations increase their use of services.
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.
26 Mar 2019
With the backing of the African Union (AU), Nigeria’s Internet Exchange Point (IXPN) has become a hub for West Africa.In 2016, following a response to a call from the AU Commission
15 Mar 2019
The ease in the deployment of mobile communications as well as the challenges in the building telecommunications infrastructure required for fixed service have forced the country to depend largely on mobile data service. This is coming as the country seats at 134th position on global fixed broadband speed with 10.90 Mbps download. According to Muhammed…
17 Oct 2018
The Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN), has grown traffic on its network by over 10,000 per cent in the last five years, and currently exchanges over 110 gigabits per second of traffic.
12 Oct 2018
Nigeria internet ecosystem has achieved a significant milestone with the exchange of 110 gigabtye per second bandwidth of traffic locally, Nigeria CommunicationsWeek has learnt.
8 Jun 2018
Migration from Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) to six (IPv6) appears lukewarm in Nigeria, according to experts.
7 Jun 2018
Mr Muhammed Rudman, the Chief Executive Officer, IXPN/ Chair IPV6 Council of Nigeria, says Nigeria has used only seven per cent of Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPV4) and is still lagging behind in Africa.