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  • Business Industry: Business
  • Street Address: Victoria Island, Lagos State, Nigeria
  • Contact Number/s: +234 (0) 1 4541 999
  • City: Victoria Island
  • Ad Country: Nigeria
  • State of the Country: Nigeria
  • Zip/Postal Code: 21013
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    Our network is interconnected and peers with leading operators and internet exchanges worldwide to provide global reach to our customers.

    MainOne’s MDX-I Lekki Data Center is a Tier III certified facility that provides floor space for housing IT equipment, along with all of the necessary power distribution, cooling, cabling, fire suppression and physical security systems. In addition, the facility sits next to MainOne’s cable landing station facility with access to the 1.92 Tbps international subsea cable, a world-class IP NGN network, extensive terrestrial fiber networks, all the major network operators and Internet Service providers.

    It is certified as a Tier III facility by the Uptime Institute and meets Telecommunications Industry Association 942 Standards. Our Operations and processes are also in compliance with PCI-DSS and ISO27001 Standards.

    The only major road through Lekki is clogged, even on a Saturday afternoon. The expressway through the swampy peninsula that expands the city of Lagos in an easterly direction is riddled with street hawkers peddling red grapes, shoe racks and phone chargers to the cars caught in the hold up.

    “Selling imported fruit and Chinese rubbish. Such a waste of initiative,” mutters Funke Opeke from the backseat of the SUV. The driver steers past a junction where a swarm of okada drivers on motorbikes are waiting by the roadside for anyone looking for a ride. “Look, there’s 50 young men right there. Imagine you’d give all of them a six-month course in building affordable housing,” she says.

    Everywhere she looks in Nigeria, Opeke notices missed opportunities. But the founder and CEO of Main One Cable Company also sees ways to address them.

    When the 54-year-old returned to Nigeria in 2005, after 20 years and a successful telecoms career in the US, she was shocked by the low level of internet connectivity in her country of birth…

    To read more on this exposé, by Aljazeera, which highlights how Funke established MainOne as a solution to the internet challenge of Africa, her background, among others, click here

    Contact us :
    Nigeria (VI) – +234-1-342 2000, +234-1-448 9500
    Nigeria (Ikeja) – +234-1-342 2000
    Nigeria (Abuja) – +234-1-342-2000
    Nigeria (Port Harcourt)- +234-1-342 2000
    Ghana – +233-302 744 030
    Mauritius – +230-212-9800
    Portugal – +351-926-371-059

    Website – http://www.mainone.net/

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