MTN Business Nigeria delivers WACS broadband
INTERNET| July 12, 2012, 8:19 a.m.
MTN Business has launched new broadband solutions for business supported by the West African Cable System (WACS) undersea cable.
The MTN WACS solutions promise International Private Leased Circuits to any location across the globe; an extensive terrestrial IP and broadband infrastructure to deliver high grade and highly-availability connectivity anywhere in Nigeria and high quality, low latency connectivity giving an unfettered internet experience for wholesalers/carriers and end-users.
The WACS cable is described as the the most advanced and only ultra-high capacity submarine cable system ever to hit the shores of Nigeria. WACS is delivered to Nigeria by MTN and links Europe, West Africa and South Africa.
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