Phase3 Telecom renews vow to improve its network

Phase3 Telecom said recently its major goal is to strengthen its commitment to offering the best solutions that will amplify the operations of its clients across West Africa.

Phase3 Telecom, West Africa’s largest independent fiber optic infrastructure and telecommunications services provider, said it is continuing its dedication to maximizing the sub-region’s growth potential within the sector. Over the years, Phase3 Telecom has improved its infrastructure for digital market viability and minimized the challenges of accessibility and reliability across sectors.

Due its capacity to deliver homegrown solutions, Phase3 Telecom recently started deploying an approximately 140-mile-long aerial fiber optic infrastructure from Kano in Nigeria to Gazaoua in Niger.

“As more clients that ride on the Phase3 network take advantage of the Internet of Things to deliver efficiency in their areas of business, it is very important for us to continue to extend reach as well as adopt the best technology and resource to make our network more secure, resilient and adaptive," Phase3 Telecom CEO Stanley Jegede said. "Without this, the network will be largely exposed to incessant point of failure with fatal impact on the client and huge cost in millions on downtime."