At the 10th annual Africa Peering and Interconnection Forum (AfPIF) in Mauritius (20-22 August 2019), WIOCC and privately-owned global communications service provider Epsilon will expand their partnership to rapidly deliver flexible, on-demand connectivity between Africa and the rest of the World.
By linking WIOCC’s unique pan-African terrestrial and international submarine cable network to Epsilon’s Infiny by Epsilon on-demand global connectivity platform, WIOCC can quickly take advantage of pre-configured connectivity between Africa and major global financial and communications hubs around the world – with the added flexibility of short-term contract options where desired.
This supports the growing adoption of Cloud-based applications and services across Africa and enables African service providers to connect on-demand from across Africa to global communications and peering hubs
Chris Wood, CEO of WIOCC, commented: “As the leading player in deploying carrier-scale, future-proofed network infrastructure into Africa, we have a policy of continual investment to create Africa’s first, truly hyperscale network infrastructure and service portfolio.”
“This partnership will help us deliver Cloud-centric networking to our Africa-based clients and give them rapid and flexible access to global hubs. Epsilon’s Infiny platform further extends our global reach and enables our clients to quickly roll out new applications and services to meet the rapidly evolving demands of African markets.”
Epsilon CEO Jerzy Szlosarek stated: “Epsilon has been focused on enhancing our Infiny SDN platform to deliver high-performance connectivity services and greater global reach. By partnering with WIOCC, we are bringing on-demand connectivity to businesses and service providers across Africa. WIOCC’s customers and partners can now connect globally via a single platform with complete control and visibility over the network performance.”
WIOCC is leading the way in deploying carrier-scale, future-proofed network into Africa, supporting the ever-growing demand for capacity across African markets.
Continual investment in establishing and maintaining a truly hyperscale network infrastructure ensures that we are able to meet your current and future demands for capacity. Meet our expert team at ITW (International Telecoms Week) 2019 to discuss your connectivity challenges and learn how we can deliver effective, reliable solutions to meet your needs.
Chris is one of the industry leaders invited to participate in a panel discussion about how organisations and technology are ‘Enabling Africa’s digital economy’. Come along to this open panel session on Tuesday 25th June, at the International Pavilion from 8.30am to 10.30am, to gain insights into strategies to increase broadband penetration in Africa, expectations for new and planned cable systems, the role satellites will play in an increasingly fibred world, and the demand drivers accelerating Africa’s digital economy.
ITW is the largest annual meeting point for the global wholesale telecoms industry, providing a platform for 7,000 delegates from 2,000 plus companies and more than 135 countries to meet and network. The event will be held at the Hyatt Regency & Marriott Marquis hotels in Atlanta, Georgia.
To find out how WIOCC can meet your international connectivity needs, send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to arrange a meeting with our team at ITW.
Africa’s carriers’ carrier will be attending the largest carrier event in the Middle East, set to take place from March 4th to 7th, 2019. The Grand Hyatt Dubai in the United Arab Emirates will be the venue for a gathering of 1700 senior-level delegates from over 475 companies worldwide.
The WIOCC team at the event will be led by Chris Wood, WIOCC CEO together with Ryan Sher – Chief Operations Officer, Mike Last – Chief Marketing Officer & VP International Business Development, Rob Irvin – Director, Products & Bid Management and Michael Veldhuis – International Sales.
On March 4th, Chris Wood will join a panel discussing how data centres are reshaping traditional sub-sea cable termination. From 11.30 am, Chris will debate the topic together with Keith Shaw, Business Development – Equinix, Mike Hollands – Director, Market Development – InterXion, John Melick, Chairman – Djibouti Data Center, Omar Hassan Al Zaabi, VP, Product & Capacity Management – Etisalat as well as Eric Handa, CEO – APTelecom, a WIOCC Partner company.
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If you’ll be at AfricaCom in Cape Town on November 13th -15th, please visit us on our stand –number C40 – at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, Cape Town for partnership opportunities. The WIOCC team, led by our CEO, Chris Wood, will be ready to tackle any complex challenge and deliver simple solutions – whether you are an African or international telco, an ISP, an OTT player or a Content Provider.
WIOCC is at the forefront of connecting Africa to the world. We work hard to understand fully the needs of each client, then draw upon our depth of experience, expertise, unique network and breadth of service options to develop bespoke solutions that precisely meet their requirements.
If you are looking for affordable, reliable, managed connectivity, then come and meet us and find out how we can develop a bespoke solution just for you.
Nikki Popoola joins Keynote panel / Executive Roundtable at GCCM Africa
On Monday 12th November 2018 at the Africa 2018 GCCM/ CC- Submarine Summit, at the Table Bay Hotel in Cape Town, Nikki Popoola, WIOCC’s Director of Sales Africa, will be part of an Executive Round-table Panel Discussions Session discussing‘’.
Points of discussion & general questions will include the following;
What are today’s and future data centres to meet subsea cable operators demand, and how can we address it?
Can you explain to the audience the relationship between Subsea cable operators and data centres, and the importance on it?
How does the landscape look now and are there any new projects coming in the next 5 to 10 years?
What role does the Internet Exchanges and Peering play, and help to generate new value-added services to drive growth and maximize revenues?
Explain to us about the importance of Big Data, Cloud Storage, Cloud Cyber-security
How do we meet today’s Challenges and what are the Solutions to provide?
Are you are an ISP, WISP or Operator looking to provide your customers with reliable, cost-effective, high-quality internet connectivity? Come and speak with one of the WIOCC team on Stand No. 4 at MyBroadband Conference on the 18th October 2018 at the Gallagher Convention Centre, Midrand, South Africa, and find out how we can develop a bespoke solution just for you.
MyBroadband Conference & Expo is the premier event of its kind in South Africa, attracting IT executives and delegates from around the country.
NigeriaCom is here and WIOCC, Africa’s Carriers’ Carrier, will be in attendance and participating at the event. The two-day event will take place at Lagos Oriental Hotel, Lagos, Nigeria on the 19th – 20th September 2018.
If you are an African or international telco, an ISP, an OTT player or a Content Provider looking for affordable, reliable, managed connectivity, visit our stand number 0 for partnership opportunities.
WIOCC, Africa’s Carriers’ Carrier, will attend Capacity Africa taking place for the first time in Rwanda, Kigali from the 5th of September 2018. Capacity Africa is the wholesale telecoms event which connects senior-level executives from across the continent with their international partners and companies looking to invest in Africa.
Darren Bedford, Chief Development Officer- WIOCC, will be speaking in a panel discussion on ‘Africa’s submarine landscape – analysing the new wave of cable investment’ on Thursday, 6th September at 9.45 a.m.
WIOCC will be well represented by an expert team ready to work with you to solve your complex connectivity challenges .
Meet the team at exhibition stand 26, Kilimanjaro 2, Kigali Mariott Hotel
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