RAXIO Data Centre Unveils 9 Local Fibre Carriers Ahead Of Launch

Uganda unveils nine new data carriers ahead of RAXIO data center lauch

James Byaruhanga, General Manager of Raxio Data Centro in Uganda.

Raxio Data Centre has unveiled nine new local fibre carriers at Uganda’s Namanve-based carrier-neutral facility, to provide a reliable internet connection, that will enable seamless data connections at competitive prices in the country.

The nine carriers include; Africell Uganda Limited, Airtel Uganda, Bandwidth and Cloud Services Group (BCS Group), Csquared, Liquid Telecom, MTN Uganda, National Information Technology Authority-Uganda (NITA-U), Roke Telkom and Uganda Telecom Limited (UTL).

Speaking at the unveiling, the General Manager of Raxio Data Centre, James Byaruhanga, stated that this move would see customers enjoy the benefits of a carrier-neutral data centre. 

“We are happy to unveil these nine local fibre carriers all who represent efficiency and high quality in connectivity. As a carrier-neutral data centre, our customers will have multiple local fibre carriers to select from, providing geographical and physical diversity to support critical business operations,” he said. 

In light of the current socio-economic challenges, Raxio Data Centre is encouraging customers to view an outsourced carrier-neutral data centre as a better way of supporting their business operations as it enables multiple points of connectivity, resilience in service, optimal uptime, and diversity in options to select from. In addition, local fibre carriers are also going to have an extended reach to more customers which in turn leads to business growth.

By having a point of presence at Raxio Data Centre, the local fibre carriers can get closer to their current and potential customers/partners to maximise market penetration and optimise return on investment. 

With this new move, Raxio Data Centre plans to attract more customers from a diverse number of industries, including banking, financial services, content & media, government & non-governmental, education, healthcare, retail & e-commerce, utilities, transport, energy, as well as technology and communications driven industries, among many others. 

Uganda’s digital economy is set to get a major boost with this development by Raxio Data Centre, as it opens the market for customers to have more options to redundancy and diversity in a competitive environment.

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