MainOne is said to be expanding its operations to Cameroun in its latest bid to expand its fibre optic cable network according to a This Day report. the project dubbed Nigerian-Cameroun Submarine Cable System (NCSCS), is expected to deliver 12.8Tbps to broadband users in Cameroun by the end of this year. “MainOne supports initiatives to expedite the penetration of reliable and affordable broadband internet services in the West African region to drive economic development. We have, and will continue to invest significantly in projects to accelerate broadband access, which is part of our strategy to boost the economic and commercial development of West Africa.”
MainOne, West Africa’s leading Communications Services Company has committed to investing additional $300 million in the region over the next 10 years to deepen internet access via fiber infrastructure and data centres in Cameroon, Ghana, Ivory Coast and Nigeria.
MainOne earlier in the year launched its 7b Naira/$35m Tier 3 data centre in Lagos to cater for the growing demand for to address the growing demand for collocation, cloud and Disaster Recovery Services in West Africa. Mainone supports a number of companies and start ups like Co- Creation Hub, 440.ng among others.