Internet Solutions Kenya, a Pan-African communications service provider of cloud, communication, connectivity and carrier services, selected Telco Systems the company entire fiber network infrastructure to 10GB.
Internet Solutions Kenya provides advanced cloud, communication, connectivity and carrier services to public and private sector organizations in Kenya and across East Africa. With its newly upgraded network, Internet Solutions Kenya will serve thousands of enterprises in its country and across the region with advanced business services.
The deal was officially signed in Nairobi last week by Richard Hechle, Managing Director of Internet Solutions Kenya and Ariel Efrati, CEO of Telco Systems.
Telco Systems will provide Internet Solutions Kenya with a fully automated software-defined network with the capacity to support 10GE. This new network, which will be fully orchestrated, will benefit Internet Solutions Kenya with rapid service provisioning. It will also offer simplified network deployment and maintenance activities.
By upgrading its network capacity to 10GE, the Kenyan service provider will improve its services quality, support more data traffic and meet the growing bandwidth requirements of its customers.
This network upgrade will also provide full MPLS services across all parts of the fiber network all the way to the customer. In addition, the project will include the latest MEF 2.0 standards, which will allow Internet Solutions Kenya to deliver more robust services to their customers.
“In the last two years, we have been experiencing a growing demand for higher capacity and other layered services from our customers,” said Hechle, of Internet Solutions Kenya. “We are confident that Telco Systems innovation networking technologies will enable us to deliver more capacity and will allow us to better utilize our infrastructure in order to better serve customers with new and improved services.”
“For Internet Solutions Kenya, this network upgrade is a major step forward in creating one of the highest quality and most reliable networks not only in Kenya, but across Africa,” explained Efrati. “This world-class network is in line with global trends across the telco industry.”
“The project is an example of one of the many similar major network upgrades that we have recently delivered. Efrati added. “It enables our service provider customers to take on more business and expand their service offerings.”