Internet Solutions
Internet Solutions Crew Writer

Capacity Africa has united more than 450 representatives from global and African tier one, two and three carriers, facilitating the connection of voice, data, billing solutions and the security trade. Now in its 11th year, the event seeks to connect wholesale telecoms carriers and business partners across the industry to encourage them to move past their traditional revenue streams and pursue investments to help enrich the African continent.

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Our Wholesale Executive, Murray Steyn, visited this premier event to represent Internet Solutions. Overall, it was worth his while, he said, adding that it was good for him and colleague Greg Whitaker to catch up with clients. They had a chance to interact with their clients in one place and received great engagement, especially with our first Point of Presence in Madagascar .

Internet Solutions (IS) acknowledges that the wholesale carrier market continues to evolve and that we need to keep up with changing requirements. We believe that a great place to do this was at the Capacity Africa conference because it was an ideal opportunity to network and find prosperous partnerships to spearhead innovations and better meet our clients’ needs.

Partnerships speed up innovative services

The conference highlighted the need for greater collaborations with other ISPs to allow for the expansion of Africa’s Internet capabilities. Partnerships help to bring innovative services to the market faster. Consumers will have a wider choice and customers will have a better-quality service in remote areas as ISPs there can leverage the infrastructure of a larger, better-positioned provider.

Internet expansion in the developing world, particularly in rural areas, requires that smaller ISPs use the new and emerging technology off the backbone of bigger providers so they can become the most effective and sustainable service providers in their respective markets.

IS connects global carriers and domestic ISPs to and in Africa through the largest managed service network on the continent. With six operating offices across Africa, 66 Points of Presence in 16 regional markets and our experience and capital resources to install new infrastructure at a moment's notice – partnering with us means that you partner with the best.

IS has come a long way since 1993, but we know we still have more to do – and we don’t plan on stopping any time soon. Let us expand your capabilities across Africa. You can learn how to do this with the use of our wholesale solutions.

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