In order to furnish customers with dependable trust-based cyber and cloud services, Nigeria’s connectivity infrastructure service provider, Galaxy Backbone (GBB) Limited is collaborating with Moharram & Partners, an Egyptian firm. This was disclosed in Abuja by Prof. Muhammed Bello Abubakar, the Managing Director of GBB.
Mr. Alharbi Thamer, the GBB BOSS, revealed that his company is committed to partnering with significant public and private sector investors. He said this during a conference with a group from Moharram & Partners, headed by its Vice President Africa and Middle East, Mahmoud Ashraf Hatem, and the Public Policy Manager of KASPERSKY.
He went to say, “Partnering is at the heart of our future and we remain committed to collaborating with organizations that help support customer excellence in digital services,”
The GBB head said the search for connectivity has changed the way we view technology and opened the path for improvements in many sectors.
He also mentioned that it is incredible to experience how the progression of the I.C.T. industry has boosted the communication between machines and devices.
He believes that the allocation of 5G by the government to telecommunication companies will connect more people. With over 200 million users, there will be better networking and upgrade in data protection and cushioning of service customers from cyber attacks.
He expressed joy at the partnership with Moharram and its clients like KASPERSKY, as they are internationally acclaimed cybersecurity solutions providers. This will bring back belief and drive the services provided to users by the Galaxy Backbone.
On the part of Mr. Thamer Alharbi, the Manager of Public Policy, KASPERSKY, he said the visit is to gain entry into the commercial center and create meeting opportunities with government offices. This visit allow them to inspect the viability of cybersecurity solutions and canvass for partnership with GBB to advertise the solutions and services into the country.
The meeting is also to assess the potential in the Nigerian market to ensure the cybersecurity of the over 600 MDAs that are direct customers of Galaxy BackBone as a basic cloud service provider.
Over time, GBB has worked endlessly in perfecting its Network Communications Infrastructure such that is has the ability to adapt to the changing requirements of its users.
GBB’s major goals are to improve the delivery of their services and advance the connection speed of networking by laying high-speed fiber optic cables.