A telecommunication network, tiGO, has successfully completed its point-to-multipoint base stations in four major business districts across Ghana.
This is to help businesses and residents within the Accra, Kumasi, Takoradi and Sunyani central business districts to have access to affordable, reliable and wireless dedicated connectivity with speeds of up to 250Mbps.
The Chief Technology and Information Officer for tiGO, Mr Amir Abdelazim, who spoke in the media, said, the service was fully deployable within 48 hours and customers could run high-speed wireless internet services such as voice over IP calls, video surveillance, video conferencing, streaming and online gaming among a host of others.
He emphasised, tigo priority was to meet the increasing data demands of its customers and they were committed to becoming a one-stop shop for all connectivity needs.
Mr Abdelazim was glad that, customers within the four business districts would take full advantage of the benefits of the dedicated Internet.
“This gives people control to ensure efficient productivity at all times – no sluggish connections during peak times,” he added.
Additionally, he revealed that as part of tiGO’s broader strategy, it was providing an in-building coverage solution for high rise buildings for both the public and private sector within the Greater Accra and Ashanti regions.
The company, according to a release issued in Accra, has already provided 25 of such solutions and will roll out more than 50 by the end of the year.
“The In-Building Solution (IBS) provides significant improvements to indoor voice and data connectivity for high-value customers in key commercial locations,” it said.
The release added that in Accra, some of the locations with IBS include the Kempinski Hotel, Ridge Towers, NCA Towers, Alisa Hotel, Nester Square and Movenpick Hotel.