One of the difficulties with which companies based in Africa are confronted is the bad quality of Internet. In sub-Saharan Africa, the Internet connection speed is extremely lower. This situation affects the yield of several structures that especially work in the ICTS sector.
The mobile phone operator, Orange, in a communiqué published on Wednesday, announced the launching of its first Point of Presence IP (Pop IP). This long-range device can cover West Africa and considerably improve the quality of the Internet connection speed.
“This new department situated in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, is going to bring better internet connectivity in the sub-region by offering faster speeds of connection and an increased safety for the customers on the wholesale market “, specified the communiqué that Africa Top Success got a copy.
A Point of Presence IP is a technical infrastructure that hosts the necessary equipment to allow the local networks to reach internet via an interconnection point with the networks of the long-distance operators.
By launching this new hub, Orange wants to adapt itself to the evolution of the market and to become the leader of Internet in Africa.
Original text by: Roger ADZAFO