Cambium Networks (CMBM) on Wednesday announced supplying of a fabric solution to Nigeria’s leading public Wi-Fi operator Tizeti Network Limited for an end-to-end wireless experience.
Cambium is a leading global wireless networking solutions provider and it will help the Nigerian firm expand its ISP operations in the country. Nigeria is the most populous nation in Africa and the COVID-19 pandemic surged the demand for high quality and faster connections in that region. Cambium will not only help Tizeti meet those increased demands but will also help it to deploy equipment in Ghana too for its Express Wi-Fi coverage expansion plans.
Tizeti surfaced as the fastest-growing internet service provider in Nigeria with more than 1.5 million users attached to its service. The company still has much to explore in the market where broadband penetration in a nearly 200 million of population is relatively low. The company recently came achieving a key growth target for its ISP operations in the country. Cambium wireless networking technology made the company able to successfully deliver 70,000 GB per day of traffic to its subscribers. Tizeti is now using Cambium’s cnMaestro cloud-based management platform as well as cnPilot Wi-Fi access points with ePMP fixed wireless wide area distribution to expand its network.
To better address the challenging local conditions, Tizeti remained deploying a highly resilient network by successfully using solar solutions to power majority of its sites. Those efforts also led the company to start deploying Cambium’s technology in Ghana to deliver wireless services with broadband speeds in gigabit.
In the data communications revolution which has been sweeping across Africa and Tizeti is at the front line of it, said said Martín de la Serna, Regional Vice President of Europe, Middle East, and Africa. Tizeti has quickly deployed Cambium’s complete wireless fabric solution with help of its strong-capital business model. This helped the company to deploy the solution not only in a record time but also within its allocated budget. And now the company is anticipating accelerating its business across Nigeria, Ghana and beyond in the region, de la Serna added.