[SatNews] This new investment comes following an increase in demand from businesses of all sizes, which need reliable and fast broadband to implement services such as....
According to Gilat Satcom, the company is providing services on its fiber network connecting Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt to the global Internet backbone via the WACS undersea cable. Gilat Satcom is providing its new fiber services directly to partners and businesses in Nigeria.
This new investment comes following an increase in demand from businesses of all sizes, which need reliable and fast broadband to implement services such as online ordering, money transfers, real time applications and more.
Valdir Filstein, General Manager of Gilat Satcom Nigeria, said: “Nigeria’s economy is growing rapidly and our latest investment reflects our commitment to the country, its people and its businesses. We have built a fine reputation over the years for providing high-quality extremely stable broadband services with excellent Quality of Service with 24/7/365 technical support and unbeatable prices to all users.”
According to the company, it recently announced additional investment in its broadband network in East Africa with the establishment of a new POP in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. Gilat Satcom is amongst the first companies in Africa to offer both non-stop East to West coast-to-coast and international connectivity. Its MPLS network connects to both the WACS, EASSy and SEACOM undersea cables via fiber local loops across Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Namibia and Mozambique.
In addition, Gilat Satcom’s pan-Africa satellite footprint allows its MPLS network to reach the most remote areas of the continent.