Serving as Nigeria and West Africa's regional telecom operator, the company seeks to showcase its products and establish connections with potential customers and businesses.
TelCables Nigeria has announced its participation at the upcoming Nigerian Peering & Internet Connection Forum (ngPIF) scheduled to take place from October 23 to 26, 2023, in Lagos, Nigeria.
ngPIF is an essential event for infrastructure providers, content providers, service providers, and policymakers in the telecommunications sector. It provides a unique platform for industry professionals to engage, share experiences, and learn from experts in their field.
TelCables is the regional operator for Nigeria and West Africa and will offer all event attendees the opportunity to explore its range of innovative connectivity solutions. Delegates can connect with TelCables team of experts, who will demonstrate its offerings at their booth.
Commenting on the participation, Nigeria country Manager, Fernando Fernandes said: The invitation for our presence at the Nigerian Peering & Interconnection Forum is a pivotal opportunity to demonstrate our commitment to the West African region and our desire to establish valuable connections with potential customers and business partners offering more than 6000 peering agreements, reducing latency from Africa to more than 26 IXPs an opportunity for Nigerian companies who can efficiently benefit from our products.
Telcables West Africa benefits from Angola Cables global presence as the most interconnected African operator according to the AS Caida Ranking, and is powered by the companys global submarine network, including WACS, SACS, Monet, Equiano, and Djoliba Network for West Africa, also offering robust and reliable connectivity across the African continent and more than 66 interconnected Data Centers reach in Africa, Latin America, US and Europe.