The Chief Executive Officer of MainOne, Funke Opeke, made the recommendation while featuring as a guest on a radio programme, ‘Fidelity SME Forum’ in Lagos.
The event took place at the premises of the Data Center facility on June 24, 2021
Located 20km from the centre of Accra, the 100-rack facility offers customers the opportunity to host infrastructure in a facility guaranteed to provide high levels of availability and rich connectivity with a global network of customers, partners and suppliers, thus ensuring reliable service delivery to businesses within and outside Ghana.
Funke Opeke, the Chief Executive Officer of MainOne, a technology organisation, said on Monday that the nation could achieve 25 megabytes per second of broadband service in urban areas.
Connectivity and data centre solutions provider, MainOne says it will commit 25 billion naira to the digitisation of Lagos State.
In his new role, the new GM will lead the company’s business development activities in Cote D’Ivoire as well as oversee its expansion into new Francophone markets.
This TCCF certification is awarded by the Uptime Institute as a performance-based evaluation of a data centre’s concurrently maintainable site infrastructure.
As a result of this project, internet services will be more accessible across Lagos Mainland, including Ajao Estate, Surulere, Ikeja, Omole, Magodo, Gbagada, Oworonshoki, Bariga, Anthony Village, Ogudu, Ojota, Ketu and Alapere.
In a statement issued by the company, the Head of Managed Services and IP, Chidinma Iwe, said the integration to IPv6 addresses on the network of the Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria was borne out of the desire to create more robust and inexhaustible wholesale Internet connectivity and avert the possible blockade from the exhaustion of Internet Protocol Version Four addresses
According to a statement in Lagos, Opeke said the company experienced a fault on its submarine cable system