According to Liquid, it provides resilient and scalable high-speed broadband, cloud, and cyber security services. It also claims that its presence in Nigeria will reenergize Nigeria’s effort to undergo digital transformation. With collaborations with global IT giants like Microsoft, Meta, AWS, and Oracle, the company can use its infrastructure to quickly make new clever technologies like cloud, artificial intelligence, and cyber security services available to consumers. It also has a pan-African footprint.
Hardy Pemhiwa, Group President and CEO of Cassava Technologies, stated: “We were the first African company to lay over 100,000km of fibre network across the African continent, and we plan to expand our reach into Nigeria.” He continued, “Expanding our operations here reiterates our interest in working with the government to achieve the objectives of Nigeria’s National Broadband Plan (2021-2025) and to transform Nigeria into a leading digital economy, a vision enshrined in the Nati (2020-2030). We will use our knowledge to ensure that companies and individuals can contribute to the developing digital economy, putting Nigeria on the path to becoming a tech powerhouse in Africa.
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To put Nigeria on the path to becoming a tech powerhouse in Africa, he assured that the organization would use its skills to ensure that individuals and companies could contribute to the expanding digital economy. The acceleration of the digital transition and the increased demand for cloud services, he continued, have turned Nigeria into a preferred location for ICT investments.
Wole Abu, the CEO of Liquid Intelligent Technologies Nigeria, added, “Access to cutting-edge technologies and high-speed internet has transformed how businesses operate throughout the continent.