Phase 3 Paves the Way for Future-Proof Connectivity

Phase 3’s one-day partnership meeting themed “Digital Infrastructure for ISPs” was held on October 4, 2023. The meeting was aimed at providing rich insight into the Phase 3 network; critical developments that will amplify future-proof connectivity and technology that today’s world demands and to foster value-based collaboration with ISPs to unlock mutually beneficial opportunities and partnerships.

The event featured presentations, interactive sessions, and networking sessions with experts and stakeholders from the TMT industry. The topics- A Future- Proof Network & Digital Infrastructure Strategy for ISPs- cover the latest trends and innovations in digital infrastructure. The event also showcased a backstory of the Phase 3 network, which is one of the largest and most reliable fiber optic networks in West Africa, with end-to-end connectivity; telecom and technology solutions.

The Executive Chairman of Phase 3, Mr. Stanley Jegede, said: “We are delighted to host this program for our valued ISP partners and potential collaborators. We believe that the future of digital infrastructure is now, and we need to work together to bridge the digital divide in Africa through trailblazing collaborations and innovations in the telecom and technology sphere. Phase 3 is committed to providing world-class connectivity and technology solutions that meet the needs and expectations of our customers and partners.”

He emphasized the significance of ISP collaborations, stating, “In this era of exponential technological growth, we find ourselves standing at the crossroads of immense possibility. The digital landscape is evolving faster than ever before, and it’s crucial that we are not only keeping pace but leading the charge. Collaboration with ISPs is not just an option; it’s our compass guiding us toward a digitally inclusive Africa.”

Jegede continued, “We are witnessing a profound transformation in connectivity and technology. Our goal at Phase 3 is to harness these possibilities and use them as the building blocks to bridge the digital divide in Africa. This can only be achieved through strategic partnerships and innovative solutions.”

In hosting the event, Phase 3 reaffirms its unwavering commitment to pioneering collaboration and innovation in the telecom and technology sphere, driving Africa towards a digitally inclusive future.

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