In Ghana, BusyInternet announces Alvarion 4Motion launch [Bikya Masr (Egypt)]Al Bawaba Ltd.
LAGOS: Ghana is to get an Internet boost with Alvarion announcing that the country's Internet Service Provider BusyInternet has deployed its 4Motion platform in the capital, Accra this week.
The wireless equipment will replace the existing system in an effort to ensure reliable and quality bandwidth and services for corporate customers are met.
"BusyInternet is planning on expanding its 4Motion-based network to additional cities in Ghana, including Kumasi, Tamale, Tarkwa and Takoradi, among other major markets," it said in a press release. "To support its broadband internet services, BusyInternet chose Alvarions 4Motion system operating in the 2.3 GHz spectrum to replace its existing Canopy network."
According to the rollout, Alvarions 4Motion will assist operators to "offer a variety of IP-based voice and data services over a unified platform using 802.16e technology."
BusyInternet said its target client base consists mainly of corporations and businesses across a number of sectors, "including the financial community in Accra and Tema."
With a promise of superior customer service and more than 98.7 percent uptime, BusyInternet needed to upgrade its existing network infrastructure to handle the sensitive business information and heavy bandwidth needs of its customers while at the same time deliver a high-quality user experience.