As chief executives of multinational companies and policymakers converge on Kigali, Rwanda, on March 25 and 26 for Africa CEO Forum, grandmasters of data, Globacom, has said that the event would provide a veritable platform for showcasing its range of customised digital solutions.
The national operator, which is the apex Diamond Partner of the forum, said it would showcase how its extensive infrastructure and voice and data connectivity solutions could help the organisers of the forum and participants realise their objective of spurring Africa’s economic prosperity.
According to a press statement issued in Lagos on Thursday, some of the digital capabilities Globacom will exhibit at the event are Artificial Intelligence (AI), cloud computing, third generation of the industrial Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G technology.
The telecom service provider will also showcase the strength of its Glo 1 submarine cable, which is capable of providing the internet bandwidth requirements of the West African sub-region.
“Globacom is strategically positioned for the third decade of the millennium to address the needs of next generation businesses. We understand that businesses have their distinct identities and each has its own unique needs. To address these needs, we offer a range of customised and community-driven voice and data connectivity solutions that help to manage complex networking systems,” the company said.
“We will also showcase our verticalised IT solutions such as e-Health, Smart Cognitive Learning, Smart Energy, among other services that are particularly useful for collaborations, device management, workgroup storage and information security,” it added.
Globacom said it would soon launch other digital applications that would further enhance its capacity to deliver advanced connectivity and fixed solutions to medium and large enterprises, large wholesale carriers and ISPs in Nigeria and Africa.