Madagascar Expands Its ICT Infrastructure

By Staff Published: July 30, 2017, 10:35 am
ICT infrastructure(Photo: IT News Africa)

Pan-African telecommunications service provider, Internet Solutions, has deployed the company’s first Point of Presence (PoP) in Madagascar. The company is expanding their footprint and has commissioned a second PoP in Zambia.

Murray Steyn, Executive Head: Wholesale at Internet Solutions, said: “We can boast a significant managed services network on the continent because of our investment in both infrastructure assets and partnerships with trusted, in-country service providers.”

From IT News Africa.

“This, along with our in-depth market intelligence, means we are able to deliver scalable, tailored ICT services across Africa and now also in Madagascar,”  he adds.

Co-locating with Airtel Madagascar and NetOne in Zambia, Internet Solutions’ PoPs provide clients with access to local Internet networks in each country without the need to identify and contract with local Internet service providers (ISPs).

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