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MTN Group adds GlobalConnect to portfolio of Opcos

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MTN Group has announced that GlobalConnect, the company’s wholesale infrastructure company, is now an operating company (Opco) of the group.

The Opco, headquartered in Dubai, will continue to be led by current CEO Frédéric Schepens.

MTN GlobalConnect was established in 2017 as the main driver and commercial vehicle for the consolidation of MTN’s international and national major wholesale activities.

To further enable its growth, and in line with the group’s strategic focus on wholesale, the operational structure of GlobalConnect was revised, resulting in its establishment as an Opco.

Commenting on the development, Jens Schulte-Bockum, MTN Group COO, said, “I am pleased that after less than two years of operation, MTN GlobalConnect has exceeded expectations, growing its customer base and revenue ahead of targets.

“I have no doubt that the team, led by Frédéric will continue to build on their gains to drive value to our operations, and lead MTN’s ambition to build Africa’s leading wholesale company.”

Offering the most complete backbone network in Africa, the company provides reliable solutions for fixed connectivity and international mobile services and is the single-entry point to the largest network infrastructure on the continent.

Furthermore, the company’s robust MTN.net and IP/MPLS network includes: 47 multinational points of presence, 29 countries across the MEA region (Middle East & Africa), 14 Submarine cables

Others are: More than 100 000km of national and metro fibre network, 31 multinational Network-to-Network interface enabling connectivity to global networks, A backbone capacity in excess of 3Tbps and Peering with major content providers


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