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Gateway partners with Helios Towers on Nigerian network rollout

May 19, 2010 • Top Stories

Gateway Business Nigeria partners with Helios Towers for a Nigerian nationwide network rollout

African infrastructure sharing, co-location and managed services provider, Helios Towers Nigeria (HTN) has signed a 120-site co-location deal with Gateway Business Nigeria, a pan African telecommunications service provider, for a nationwide network roll out in Nigeria. The deal follows Gateway Business’ successful roll out of its award winning AirlinkTM and MetroLinkTM wireless broadband services, using the same 10.5GHz solution in Lagos.

Helios Towers Nigeria (HTN) will provide end-to-end co-location services to Gateway Business Nigeria, a provider of communications services to multinational corporations working in Africa.

“Gateway is passionate about doing business in Nigeria and will be deploying world class communications services to all the states of the federation,” said Guy Clarke, Managing Director of Gateway Business Nigeria. “We have been working on the continent for more than 15 years, building a pan African communications network. Working with HTN in Nigeria is part of our strategy to provide world class broadband internet services for Africa’s leading businesses.”
Gateway Business is building a pan-African MPLS network that will cover every major African city and has acquired 10.5GHz spectrum licenses for point to multipoint connectivity in Nigeria. The company will roll out wireless broadband services across 10 Nigerian states in 2010, with Port Harcourt and Abuja scheduled to go live in the next few weeks. A further 26 states will go live through 2011.
The partnership will enable Gateway Business to roll out services quickly through the co-location on HTN sites, with guaranteed uptime and quality of service and reduced operating expenses. Gateway Business currently provides a comprehensive suite of communications services to over 1,200 corporations working in Africa.

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