Netflix partners Spectranet to deploy server in Lagos

Netflix has announced the deployment of a dedicated server in Lagos, Nigeria in partnership with Spectranet, a leading Internet service provider in the country.

The server, which is the first in the whole of West Africa, will hold the entire Netflix content library, providing Spectranet’s customers with the best streaming experience and performance.

“Because we focus on providing families with an excellent and affordable broadband service, this partnership with Netflix means that our customers will be able to enjoy the very best TV experience available in Nigeria. We are honoured that Netflix has selected Spectranet for one of its first deployments in Africa and the only one in West Africa,” said Mr David Venn, CEO of Spectranet.

Spectranet’s customers will be able to stream Netflix original series and other TV shows and movies from their devices, whether it be laptops, PCs, smartphones, smart TVs, and game consoles.

Netflix is the world’s leading Internet subscription service with over 70 million members in over 190 countries enjoying more than 125 million hours of TV shows and movies per day. It launched in Africa earlier in the year.

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