All is set for leading telecommunications solutions provider, Globacom, to display its unique digital solutions at the Africa CEO Forum scheduled to hold in Kigali, Rwanda on March 25 and 26.
Globacom, an apex Diamond Partner of the Forum, said it would showcase how its massive infrastructure and voice and data connectivity solutions could serve as a catalyst for the continent’s push for economic prosperity.
In a statement released during the week, the company listed some of the digital capabilities to be exhibited at the forum as Artificial Intelligence, Cloud computing, third generation of the industrial Internet of Things and 5G technology.
The statement added that Globacom would also showcase the strength of its Glo 1 submarine cable which has boosted the internet bandwidth requirements of Africa in general and West Africa in particular.
“Globacom is strategically positioned for the third decade of the millennium to address the needs of next generation businesses. We understand that businesses have their distinct identities and each has its own unique needs. To address these needs, we offer a range of customized and community-driven voice and data connectivity solutions that help to manage complex networking systems,” the company said.
“We will also showcase our verticalized IT solutions such as E-Health, Smart Cognitive Learning and Smart Energy, amongst other services that are particularly useful for collaborations, device management, workgroup storage and information security,” it added.
Globacom said it would soon launch other digital applications that would further enhance its capacity to deliver advanced connectivity and fixed solutions to medium and large enterprises, large wholesale carriers and ISPs in Nigeria and Africa.
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