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Main One Cable upgrades infrastructure

Thursday 29 March 2012 | 10:22 CET | News
Nigeria-based Main One Cable Company announced that it has upgraded its network with a view to meeting the ever-increasing needs of its customers. The company said that it upgraded from OSN9500 to the newer, more flexible OSN8800, which would enable point-to-point 10 GBps Ethernet connections. CTO Johnnie Coleman said the upgrade became imperative in view of the increasing demand for the firm's products and services. The upgrade was conducted in collaboration with its technical partner Huawei and will provide customers with minimum downtime, increased capacity, better network performance and

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Huawei China / Main One Cable
Countries: Nigeria
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