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Ghana: USD 15 mln Ethernet expansion set for Accra

July 17, 2015 • Mobile and Telecoms, Top Stories, West Africa

Accra will be the center of the ICT park. (Image source: DS Land)

The first phase of deployment will be in Accra with Kumasi, Takoradi and Cape Coast benefiting from future phases. (Image source: DS Land)

Internet solutions, has unveiled a metro-fibre Ethernet network infrastructure expansion project in the capital city of Ghana, Accra.

According to Internet Solutions, the USD 15 million project is intended to meet the growing demand for data and provide faster and more reliable internet solutions to citizens.

Africa Regional Chairperson, Yvette Adouvo Atekpe, said Internet Solutions is at the forefront of providing tailored data solutions to the increasingly complex demands of clients.

“Since the establishment of Internet Solutions in Ghana in 2008, the company has grown to be an integral part of growth and future focused businesses in Ghana and other west African countries. Our commitment to deliver on high end-to-end service level agreements with our global clients, motivates our continuous investment in strategic ventures”

The ISP’s fibre optic network is poised to break the communication barriers in the country. Minister of Communications Emmanuel Omane-Boamah said the launch of the project will enable Ghana to continue to lead in innovative ICT services in the sub-region.

The first phase of deployment will be in Accra with Kumasi, Takoradi and Cape Coast benefiting from future phases.

Darryl Linington

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