MainOne, leading Communications Services Company and operator of the premier Tier III Data Center in West Africa, MDX-I, is championing the cause for effective broadband penetration in Ghana, Nigeria and the West African sub-region.
MainOne, a leading provider of telecommunication services and network solutions for businesses in West Africa has expressed its commitment to further growth in Nigeria as the new administration seeks to further diversify the economy.
In line with its vision to improve broadband penetration across Nigeria, MainOne has given a facelift to the ICT Laboratory of Herbert Macaulay Girls Secondary School, in Yaba, Lagos, with a donation of tech facilities and free internet.
Based on its recent analysis of the West African data centre market, MainOne has been recognised with the 2015 Nigerian Frost & Sullivan Award for Customer Value Leadership.
MainOne’s Data Center subsidiary, MDX-i, today announced the launch of its new cloud-based service offering with Microsoft. The solution which is built on Microsoft Azure’s enterprise grade infrastructure provides flexible, highly available and fully secure private computing environments to companies.
As part of efforts to deepen internet penetration in West Africa, MainOne has announced the extension of its world-class submarine fiber optic cable network from its Cable Landing Station in Lagos, Nigeria to Kribi, Cameroun.
MainOne’s premier Tier III Data Center, MDX-I, has become the first Tier III Data Center operator in Nigeria to achieve both Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and ISO 27001:2013 certifications.
MainOne, leading communication Services Company, has for the second year, backed the Women Technology Empowerment Center’s Technology Camp.
Having invested $300 million (N60 billion) in Information Technology (IT) infrastructure in Nigeria and in some West African countries since its inception in 2010, MainOne has said the business space where it operates, has the capacity to enable it double its investments to $600 million (N120 billion) in the next five years.