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NIGCOMSAT, Dimension Data partner to improve technology standards

NIGCOMSAT, Dimension Data partner to improve technology standards

The Nigerian Communication Satellite Limited (NIGCOMSAT) has partnered with Dimension Data, an IT solutions provider to enhance its services by upgrading its technology to cutting-edge standards.

According to a statement, Jane Egerton-Idehen, managing director of NIGCOMSAT Limited said the upgrade will enable the company to provide excellent services to its clients.

“We have upgraded our facility to cutting-edge technology, and we are confident that we can compete favourably in the global satellite market,” she said.

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She expressed optimism about the partnership, stating that NIGCOMSAT had completed a successful pilot scheme with Dimension Data and had signed a Master Service Agreement.

“We are glad that Dimension Data is happy with the results of our pilot, and we are committed to ensuring that our service delivery is excellent, our infrastructure reliable, and our technology continuous,” she said.

Olugbenga Olabiyi, country director of Dimension Data also commented on the partnership, stating that his company was focused on creating unique and bespoke IT solutions for its customers.

“We are committed to delivering services that are value-driven, and we believe that our partnership with NIGCOMSAT will help us achieve this goal,” he said.

He added that the upgrade and partnership are part of the Nigerian government’s efforts to promote digital transformation and inclusion in the country’s economy.

Bosun Tijani, minister of Communications, Innovation and Digital Economy has been spearheading initiatives to expand connectivity and promote digital inclusion.

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“With its upgraded technology and partnership with Dimension Data, NIGCOMSAT is poised to play a significant role in achieving the government’s digital economy objectives,

“We are not late to the market, and we are committed to taking our rightful position in the global satellite industry,” he said.