Liquid Dataport signs VIPNET agreement in Côte d'Ivoire
Liquid Dataport has teamed with VIPNET, a privately-owned corporate Internet Service Provider (ISP) in Côte d'Ivoire, to provide cloud and cyber security solutions.
According to the firm, this collaboration would allow Liquid Dataport to leverage VIPNET's infrastructure to provide ISPs and enterprise customers with access to Liquid's comprehensive array of services, including network, cloud, and cyber security solutions.
Liquid Dataport says this is an important step in growing its network and service capabilities across West Africa, which is a critical growth region for the company.
According to research firm DataReportal, internet penetration in Côte d'Ivoire is now 45.4%, and Liquid Dataport says it hopes to provide businesses with reliable and secure connectivity options through this relationship.
"We see Côte d'Ivoire as a critical ICT hub in the Francophone West African region. The country's stability, significant economic growth, and rising demand for connection services make it an attractive area for Liquid to expand its presence. Through our partnership with VIPNET, Liquid will enhance regional connectivity and empower businesses and enterprises through expanded service capability," says David Eurin, chief executive officer of Liquid Dataport.
"This new partnership will enable VIPNET to strengthen its position as a technological hub of excellence within the West African sub-region, with much higher bandwidth and access to a diverse range of ICT products and services," says Ahmed CHERIF, CEO of VIPNET.
‘’We believe that our unique position as a strong, national, and dependable alternative player in our industry, along with the significant development with Liquid Dataport, will benefit our customers with next-generation solutions to expedite their digital maturity."