MainOne Cable Company, a leading provider of telecom services and network solutions for businesses in West Africa, has reiterated its commitment its enhancing its submarine cable assets at SubOptic 2016, the premier global event for the submarine cable industry.
SubOptic 2016 is the convergence place for leading optical technology vendors to exchange ideas and review latest developments in the entire industry.
It is a conference that encourages key players from the industry to get together and discuss issues that are critical to their business.
Sharing his thoughts on his participation at the conference, MainOne’s Acting Chief Technical Officer, Ravi Kannikeswaran said, “The submarine cable industry has greatly changed over the past few years. Following a multi-year construction drought, systems are being upgraded and new systems are being announced in many regions of the world.
This is largely driven by the need to bring large amounts of content closer to the user. In realization of this need, MainOne is adopting global trends to ensure its submarine cable systems continue to provide the best performance in West Africa,”
Continuing, he opined that “With its track record of 100% availability on its cable since inception, MainOne continues to ensure it remains at the forefront of technology and management strategies to sustain its track record of excellence. This is why we continue to champion the cause for submarine cable protection in West Africa and constantly upgrade our system to ensure the required performance.”
SubOptic 2016 took place from April 18 – 21, 2016 at the Conrad Hotel, Dubai.
Launched in 2010, MainOne’s world class submarine cable system running down the coast of West Africa, state of the art IP NGN network, growing regional and metro terrestrial fibre optic networks, and data centre facilities enable broadband services for businesses needing solutions in West Africa.
MainOne has developed a reputation for highly reliable services to become the preferred provider of wholesale Internet services to major telecom operators, ISPs, government agencies, large enterprise, and educational institutions in West Africa.