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ipNX, Nige­ria’s lead­ingICT com­pany has re­cently launched a new flag­ship se­ries, tagged “FOS Xtreme”.

The FOS Xtreme flag­ship was in­tro­duced into the mar­ket with two ser­vice plans Xtreme100 and Xtreme200, of­fer­ing speeds of 100Mbps and 200Mbps re­spec­tively.

Rack Cen­tre

Rack Cen­tre, West African car­rier neu­tral data cen­tre op­er­a­tor has un­veiled an ex­pan­sion pro­gramme that will in­crease its ca­pac­ity to a to­tal net let­table white space of 6000 square me­tres and al­low for 13MW of IT power ca­pac­ity in its La­gos cam­pus.

The com­pany re­leased a state­ment ex­plain­ing that this in­creased ca­pac­ity will sup­ple­ment the cur­rent ex­pan­sion al­ready un­der­way to dou­ble ex­ist­ing ca­pac­ity to 1.5MW and 1,200 square me­tres of white space in early 2021.


Globa­com has in­tro­duced Mega Data Plans to cater for the dig­i­tal needs of heavy data sub­scribers at af­ford­able rates.

Ac­cord­ing to a state­ment re­leased by Globa­com, the new plans are meant for Home Broad­band users such as Small Of­fice Home Of­fice (SOHO) and SME cus­tomers as well as high end cus­tomers who have high data con­sump­tion need.

"Mem­bers of the pub­lic should note that, will­ful in­ter­fer­ence with any wire­less teleg­ra­phy is an of­fence un­der Sec­tion 16 of the Teleg­ra­phy Act, 2004”Ikechukwu Adinde, di­rec­tor, pub­lic af­fairs, NCC.

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