CSquared Sets on ‘Fiberising’ Africa Affordably

CSquared Sets on ‘Fiberising’ Africa Affordably Image Credit: CSquared

CSquared, a pan-african broadband infrastructure provider announced its plans of ‘Fiberising’ Africa through affordable broadband internet connectivity.

Fiberising Africa is about creating value by changing the way Africa perceives internet. CSquared believes in collaboration through harnessing the power of Public-Private Partnership (PPT) where possible in a bid to bring stakeholders together in the data delocalization value chain.  

CSquared currently operates fiber infrastructure in Uganda, Ghana, and Liberia and is gradually expanding into more countries, with the ultimate aim of fiberising the entire continent in the near future. According to Internet World Stats (Usage and Penetration Statistics), internet penetration in Africa by December 2017 stood at 35.2% as opposed to the world average of 54.4% and 58.4 % in the rest of the world respectively.

Lanre Kolade, CEO, CSquared
Now more than ever, there is a dire need to have broadband that would bring internet to everyone, thus making available such revolutionary technologies as the Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to spur efficiency in our digital infrastructure, thus digitizing education, health care, agriculture and other sectors.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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