US networking firm Transition Networks USA on seeing the great developments and potentials in Nigeria’s Internet market, has partnered with a Nigeria-based firm Teledom International Limited to build a network assembly plant in the country.
The two companies had just recently signed a deal that allowed Teledom International Limited to distribute world-class products by Transition Networks in Nigeria’s ICT market.
The announcement of the deal to build a network assembly plant followed, and will see the facility provide enterprise network solutions including Ethernet switches, routers, fibre modules, media converters and network management solutions.
Transition Networks’ director of sales in Europe, Middle East and Africa, Zak Admani, said that Nigeria has been making significant progress in broadband development, something that caught the attention of their company.
According to InternetWorldStats, Nigeria is Africa’s country with the highest number of Internet users standing at 45 million users, representing a 29 percent population penetration in the country. However, broadband penetration still stands at 7 percent but still growing.
Transition Networks offers networking products that enable ICT infrastructure builders, network designers and builders, system integrators and network operators deliver ad manage their networks efficiently.
Teledom International Limited, an ICT solutions provider in Nigeria, offers several products and services including site survey, installation, commissioning to back-up services as a matter of corporate commitment. The firm is behind the services like smart classroom, smart building, smart city, smart campus and smart government.
The partnership between the two technology firms is a clear indication of the potential that Nigeria and the rest of Africa is showing to investors in the rest if the world.